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NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 



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1951 




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REF U 428 C9 1951 
CYCLOPS 



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FOR REFERENCE 

Do Not Take From This Room 



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Published by the Cadets and Coeds 

of 

NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

"Georgia's West Point" 




Sp.Col. U 428 .N6 C9 195 1 
North Georgia College, 
Cyclops / 27200 



In this forty- fifth edition of the CYCLOPS we have 
endeavored to carry otit a two-fold pnrpose. The 
first, and most important, has been to shoti\ by a 
scanning of these pages, the everyday life and activi- 
ties of an eventful year at ISorth Georgia College. 
We hope that in later life this yearbook will bring 
back the enjoyable friendships and delightful ex- 
periences that yon have knoivn during this academic 
year. 

The second pnrpose is to shon- the part the 
college plays in the important role of building 
leaders and defenders of our democratic govern- 
ment and the most significant connotation of de- 
mocracy — FREEDOM. 

The Staff. 



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those North Georgia College 
graduates who, throughout the world, 
are giving their time, energy, and lives 
for the preservation of the freedom 
which we enjoy, this yearbook is grate- 
fully dedicated. 





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'1^- A» these lines are written, all mankind is again 
approaching a crossroad in its march toward the 
selection of a philosophy of human organization. 
Nations and the individuals within them will make 
their selections on the basis of those influences 
exerted by the home, the church, and the school. 

Your college has, over the years, accepted its 
obligation to assist you, its students, to formulate 
a personal philosophy embracing the highest degree 
of integrity, a devotion to duty, and a respect for 
our nation's ideals. Thus armed, we here are con- 
fident of your ability to meet the test the days ahead 
are sure to bring. 




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MERRITT E. HOAG 

President 




ALICE DONOVAN 

Dniii of Women 

Georgia State College for Women 

B.S.H.E. 




WILLIAM D. YOUNG 

Dean 

A.B., MA., Cumberland University; 

Graduate Study, University of Chicag 

Peabody College for Teachers 




JOHN C. SIRMONS 

Dean Emeritus 

Ph.B., M.A., Emory University 

Gr.iduJte Study, Duke University 




ROY M. HIOTT 

P.M.S. CJN T. 

A.B., The Citadel, 

Infantry School 



ORVIL R. HAUSE 

Conimaiiilant of Ciulc/s 

University of Alabama 

B.S., M.A. 






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Millsaps Coll 
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MARION C. WIGHT 

Professor, Heai, Department 

of Mathematics 

Mississippi Southern College, B.S.; Van 

Jcrbilt University, A.M.; Louisiana Sta 

University, Ph.D. 

ROGER L. WILLIAMS, JR. 

Associate Professor, Head, Department 

of Physical Education 

l^niversity of North Carolina, .A.B.; Unl 

versity of North Carolina. M..^. 

CHARLES M. YAGER 

/\iio,;,i/,- Professor, Head, Depart iiiriil 

of Physics 

University of Maryland, B.S. in M.E. 

Duke University, M.Ed. 





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H. O. GILBERT 

Coirip/rullcr 

R. T. O'KELLEY, JR. 

Business Ma)iagcr 

J. W. PHILLIPS 

Bookkeeper 




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MISS GRACE CONNER Secrefary to the President 

MISS MATTIE CRAIG Bookstore 

MISS ESTELLE DAVID Secretary 

MRS. W. A. DOBSON Secretary 

MRS. J. L. DOBSON Secretary 

MRS. LUCY DOSTER Dietician 

MRS. ELLA RAY OAKES Assistant Re;-ntrar 

MRS. ESTELLA RAIFORD Assistant Dietician 

MR. JACK ROBERTS .... Manager of Student Exchange 

DR. D. C. SIRMONS, M.D College Physician 

MR. L. B. SPRINKLER Night Watchman 

MISS MARY STEPHENS Secretary 

MRS SARA N. WRIGHT, R.N College Nurse 

MRS. ^»'ILLIAM D. YOUNG Alumni Secretary 

MRS. J. W. PHILLIPS Secretary 





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Girls' Ward 



'Aunt" Sarah at Work 




NEW GIRLS' DORMITORY 
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JOSEPH KANADAY, JR. 

",Io.c" 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

Bachelor of Sciciue 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

ors: Distinguished M 
idcnt of Senior Class. 
Member: Officers' Club (Treas 
uure Business Leaders' Club, Lettei 
lub. Rex Fraternity, Sgts. Club. 
Military Unit: Company D (Sgt.), 
,ny B (Sgt.), Company A {1st 
itcalion Staff (Major). 
Sports: Varsity Basketball, Intr.i 
iftball. 



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LEON HOWARD CAPP 

"Al" 

Arlington, Florida 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

College Honors: Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties, Dean's List, Vice-President of Senior 
Class. 

Member: Lettermen's Club (President), 
Future Business Leaders' Club (Secretary, 
Reporter). 

Military Unit: Honorary Capt., Com- 
pany B (1st Sgt.). 

Sports: Varsity Baseball, Intramural 
Softball. 





TINIE BETH PHILLIPS 

"Bessie" 

Canon, Georgia 

Bachelor of Arts 

ENGLISH 

College Honors: Secretary of Senior Class. 

Members: Y. W. C. A., Glee Club, Rec 
Club (Treasurer), Future Teachers Club. 

Sports: Letter and Sweater Award in 
Intramural Sports. 



jOE KELLETT STEPHENSON 

*'Jose" 

Summerville, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

College Honors: Dean's List, Treasurer of 
Senior Class. 

Member: Rex Fraternity (Sgt. at Arms), 
Sgts. Club, Business Administration Club, 
Glee Club. 

Military Unit: Company B (Sgt.). 
"Jose" served with 3139 Signal Battalion 
in Germany. 



MRS. JOSEPH KANADY. SR. 

Sponsor 



MR. NEWTON OAKES 
Advisor 





JANE ADAMS 

"Nitwit" 
Jefferson, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

SECRETARIAL SCIENCE 

College Honors: Dean's List. 

Member: Glee Club. Dramatic Club (Vi( 
Rec Club, Baptist Student Union (Council 
Y.W.C.A., Editor of "B.S.U. Highlights." 



MARTHA ANN AKRIDGE 

"Marty" 

Pelham, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BIOLOGY 

College Honors: Dean's List. 

Member: Y.W.C.A., Rec Club, (Captain, Counci 
Iramatic Club, Science Club (Parliamentarian), Rifle Te: 
Sports: Letter and Sweater Award in Intramural Spoi 



SHIRLEY JOYCE ALLEN 
Jefferson, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS 

College Honors: Dean's List, Who's 'Ji'ho Among Stu- 
dents in American Colleges and Universities. 

Member: Glee Club, Y.-W.C.A., Dramatic Club (Secre- 
tary), Camera Club (Secretary), Chemistry Club (Presi- 
dent), Physics Club, Rec Club (Secretary. Council), 
Ride Team (Captain), Baptist Student Union (President), 



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BEN C. AMICK 
Columbus, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

PHYSICS 



JOHN D. ANTHONY. JR. 

"Jack" 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

PHYSICS 

College Honors: Distinguished Military Student 
Iter of Sophomore Class. 

Member: Sigma Theta, Sgts. Club (Vice-Pr< 
.ettermcn's Club, Y.M.C.A. (Secretary), Physii 
President), Camera Club. Wesley Foundation (Tri 

Military Unit: Company B (Sgt.), Color Guard. 

Sports: Varsity Baseball and Basketball. 



ROBERT ASA BATES 

"Bob" 

Meansvilie, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
College Honors: Distinguished Military Student. 
Member: Y.M.C.A. (Treasurer, Vice-President. C 
uture Business Leaders' Club, N.C.O. Club, Sgt: 
Military Unit: Co. A (Pvt., CpL, Sgt., Lt. ) 
Sports: Intramural Sports. 



WILLIAM NATHAN BENNETT 

"Bill" 

Thomaston, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
College Honors: Dean's List, Honor Platoon. 

Member: Future Business Leaders' Club. Sgts, 
Military Unit: Company D (Pvt., Sgt.). 



ROBERT MOBLEY BLASINGAME 

"Bobo" 

Jersey, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
Member: Glee Club, Cpl. Club, Sgts. Club, Rifle Team, 
Y.M.C.A. (Council, Vice-President), Future Business Lead- 
ers' Club, Sigma Theta. 

Military Unit: Band (Pvt., Pfc, Cpl., Sgt., M/Sgt.). 




Memorial to Price 



NORRIS SELDON BROWN 

"Brownie" 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Bachelor of Sciriicc 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

College Honors: Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and Universities. President of 
Junior Class, Dean's List, Honor Student. 

Member: Rex Fraternity, Physical Education 
Club, Science Club, Lettermen's Club (Vice-Pres- 
ident), N.C.O., Y.M.C.A. 

Military Unit: Company C (Pvt., Sgt.). 



FRED MORRIS CHESTER 

Alpharetta, Georgia 

Bachelor of Arti 

LANGUAGE 
Collese Honors: Dean's List. 
Member: Sgts, Club. 

Military Unit: Company D (Cpl., Sgt.). 
Sports: Intramural Softball and lootball. 




Academic Building 



MRS. FRANK CAIN 

Buford, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



ARTHUR T. CAMPBELL, JR. 

Canon, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



HAROLD GRADY CARTER 
Barnesville, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

BIOLOGY 
nber: Chemistry Club, Science Club, 



JAMES ROBERT CLIFTON 

"Bo Bo" 

Albany, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

College Honors: Dean's List, Distinguished Mili- 
tary Student. Honor Platoon, -Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and Universities. 
■Who's -Who at N.G.C. (Mr. N.G.C., Most Ver- 
satile). 

Member; Officer's Club (President), Sgts. Club 
(Vice-President), Rex Fraternity (President, Vice- 
President), Business Administration Club (Presi- 
dent), Forensic Senate, Pan-Hellenic Council, 
Y.M.C.A. 

Military Unit: Company A (Pvt., Sgt.), Com- 
pany C (Sgt., 2nd Lt., Capt.), Battalion Staff 
(Lt. Col.). 

Sports: Sweater and Letter Award in Intramural 



Y.M.C.A., Wesley Foundai 



ved i 



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WILLIAM BOYCE CHAFIN, JR. 
Washington, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTKATION 
College Honors: Dean's List, Honor Student. 
Member: Y.M.C.A. (Cabinet Member), Wesley 
Foundation (Publicity Director), Dramatic Club, 
Glee Club, Future Business Leaders' Club. 
Military Unit; Band. 



WEBBY COFFEY 

"Buddy" 
Chatsworth, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
College Honors: Dean's List, Honor Studei 
Member; Business Administration Club, Y. 
C.A,. Wesley Foundation, Glee Club. 
Military Unit: Company C (Pvt.). 
Buddy is a Graduate of Reinhardt Junior C 



ege. 



Brown 
Chafin 





Coleman 
Cox 



Collier 

W. DOBSON 



CoSPER 

Downer 



JOHN THOMAS COLEMAN 

"Hick" 

Dillard, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
College Honor: Dean's List. 
Member: Business Administration Club, Sgts 



Club, Y.M.C.A. 



t: Company A (Pvt., Cpl.), Coi 
1st Class). Color Guard. 



CLARENCE H. COLLIER 
Midville, Georgia 
B,u-hrlnr of Science 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



JAMES M. COOK, JR. 

"Jimmy" 

Wrightsville, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BIOLOGY 
;c Honors: Distinguished Military Stu 

Manager 19n Cyclops, 
ler: Sigma Theta Fraternity. Drai 
31ee Club, Camera Club (Vice-Presi 
It), N.C.O. Club, Officers Club, Gem 
\., Pan-Hellenic Council, 
iry Unit: Band (Cpl., Sgt., 1st Lt.). 
s: Intramural Sports. 



JAMES KENNETH COX 

"Ken" 

Canton, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 



Member: Generals, Physics Club, Camera Club, 
ilee Club, N.C.O. Club, Officers Club, Y.M.C.A., 
assistant Business Manager of 1911 Cyclops. 

Military Unit: Band (Pfc, Cpl., Sgt., 2nd Lt.). 



JOSEPH LEONARD DOBSON 
Rockmart, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS 



WILLIAM ADELBERT DOBSON 
Rockmart, Gjeorgia 
Bachelor of Science 

EDUCATION 




Science Hall 



CARL EDWARD COSPER 
Gainesville, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

College Honors: Honor Platoon. 

Member: Officers Club, Future Business 
Club, Sgts. Club. 

Military Unit; Company B (Pvt., Sg 
Lt.), Battalion Staff (1st Lt. Asst. S-.1). 

Sports: Letter and Sweater Award in Int 



LEWIS HOWARD DOWNER 

"High-Pocket" 

Buena Vista, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
"High-Pocket" transferred from Georgia 1 
I College. 



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MRS. EDITH FINNEY FAULKNER 

Jackson, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 
Collogc Honors: Dean's List. 
Member: Future Teachers' Club. 



ALBERT E. FRENCH 

"Al" 

RossviUe, Georgia 

Bachelor of Sciejice 

EDUCATION 

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BURGES B. FITE 

"Battle" 
Dahlonega, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

HISTORY 
Camera Club (Secretary and Trea 
Theta, Sgts. Club. Y.M.C.A., We 
on, N.C.O. Club. 



ELLA MAE DUVALL 

Eton, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

HOME ECONOMICS 
Y.W.C.A.. Future Teachers' Club, 
ne Economics Club (Secretary). 



GEORGE DAVID GOWDER, JR. 
Gainesville, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY 
College Honor: Dean's List. 
Member: Chemistry Club (Vice-President), 
nee Club, B.T.U. 
Military Unit: Company B (Pvt., Cpl., Sf 



MARION ELIZABETH GRAHAM 
Danielsville, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

SECRETARIAL SCIENCE 

College Honors: Dean's List. 

Members: Sanford Hall (Vice-President, Prf 
lent), Rcc Club, R.lle Team. Y.-W.C.A., Busin 
Idmin.stration Club. Forensic Club. 



Chapel and Dining Hall 



DuVALL 

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Eberhardt 
Frimh 



ERNEST 


MOBLEY EBERHARDT, JR. 






"Bob" 








HinesviUe, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 




College Ho 
Dean's List. 

Member: R 
Club. Officer 

Military U 
(Sgt., Sgt. 1 


PHYSICS 

nors: Distinguished Military 

ex Fraternity, Physics Club 

' Club. 

nit: Company A (Pvt.), Cor 
St Class, 2nd Lt., Capt.). 


Student. 
N.C.O. 
npany D 






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ALLEN WEIR GURLEY 

"Al" 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
College Honors: Dean's List. 
Member: Physical Education Club. Futun 
:rs' Club. 





Hawkins 
holcombe 



JACK DAN HARDAGE 
Marietta, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

SECRETARIAL SCIENCE 
CjIIcsc Honors: Who's Who At N.G.C. 
Personality). Who's Who Among Studen 
American Colleges and Universities. 

Member: Business Administration 
Y.M.C.A. (President). 

Military Unit: Company B (Pvt.). 









GEORGE G. HARRIS 










"G.G." 








Po.ni 
Bach 


; Peter, Georgia 
'dor of Science 


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Physics 
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c Battali 


Club. Y.M.C.A. 

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JUANITA HARRIS 

"Nita" 
Jenkinsburg, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

PHYSICAL LDUCATION 

Member: Y.W.C.A.. Rcc Club (Council. Capt.). 
Physical Education Club (Secretary. Vice-Presi- 
dent. Senior Class Editor of 19U Cyclops. 

Sports: Letter and Ssveater Award in Intramural 



VCILBURN CLAYTON HAWKINS 

"Sonny" 

Bachelor of Science 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
College Honors: Honor Platoon. 
Members: Sgts. Club, N.C.O. Club. Physi, 
Education Club (Treasurer). 

Military Unit: Company B (Cpl.. Sgt.). 



HEZEKIAH K. HEATH. JR. 

"Hez" 

Homerville. Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BIOLOGY 

College Honors: Dean's List. 

Members: Sigma Theta Fraternity (Sgt. at 
Arms), Sgts. Club, Sgt. at Arms), Rifle Team, 
Y.M.C.A. 

Military Unit: Companv B (Pvt., Pfc, Cpl., 
Sgt., Sgt. 1st Class). 



WILLIAM J. HINSON, JR. 

"Wild Bill" 

Claxton, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

College Honors: Honor Platoon. 

Member: Sigma Theta Fraternity (Secretary) 
Physical Education Club, Dramatic Club, Futurt 
Teachers' Club, Sgts. Club. 

Military Unit: Company C (Pvt., Cpl., Sgt. 
Sgt., Ist Class). 

Sports: Intramural Sports. 



ELEANOR LOUISE HITCH 

"Louisa" 

Fitzgerald, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

SECRETARIAL SCIENCE 

College Honors: Dean's List. 

Member: Wesley Foundation (Secretary). Re 
Club (Secretary. Council). Dramatic Club. Busi 
ness Administration Club. Y.W.C.A. 



RICE ROSS HOLCOMBE 

Canton, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BIOLOGY 

College Honors: Distinguished Military Stude. 




Price Memorial Hall 



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Olfic. 




Barnes Hall 



JOHN CYRUS HOLMES, JR. 

"Rocky" 

Thomasville, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

College Honors: Dean's List. 

Member: Rex Fralcrnity, Business Administ 
tion Club, Sgts. Club, Y.M.C.A. 

Military Unit: Company C (Sgt.). Hcadqu 
ters Company. 

Sports: Intramural Sports. 



WILLIAM DAVID HOLT 

■■Whale" 

Adairsville, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
College Honors: Dean's List. 

Member: Business Administration Club. N.C.O. 
Club, Sgts. Club. 

Military Unit: Company B (Pvt., Cpl., Sgt.). 



BARNARD YATES HOLWELL 

■■Speedy" 

Quitman, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
Member: Y.M.C.A., Sgts. Club, Physical Edu- 
ation Club. 
Military Unit: Company C (Pic, Sgt.). 
Sports: Letter and Sweater Award for Intra- 



WILLIAM DANIEL HUGHES 

"Spec" 

Adel, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
College Honors: Dean's List. 
Member: Rex Fraternity. Sgts. Club, Pbys 
Education Club, Cyclops Staff, Y.M.C.A. 
Military Unit: Company B (Sgt.). 
Sports: Intramural Sports. 



JAMES TERRY HURT 

"Hertz" 

Gumming. Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
Member: Radio Club (Coordinator. Secretary). 
Y.M.C.A,, N.C.O. Club. 

Military Unit; Company B (Pvt., Cpl., Sgt.). 



SAMUEL H. JACKSON 

Chipley, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY 





JACK LESLIE JESSUP 

"Jew" 

Smithville, Georgia 


FLOYD ROBERT HORTON 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 


Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
College Honors: Dean's List, Distinguished 
tary Student. 


BUSINESS ADMINISTRA-nON 
Member: Sigma Theta, Business Administration 

Club. 

Military Unit: Company D (Cpl.). Headquarters 

Company. 

Sports: Intramural Sports. 


Member: Future Business Leaders' Club (P 
mentarian, Vice-President), Cadet Bugler 
(Associate Editor), Sgts. Club, Y.M.C.A. 

Military Unit: Company A (Pvt., Cpl., 
Sgt. 1st Class). 

Sports: Intramural Sports. 





HARRY CLYDE JOHNSON 
Quitman, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

College Honors: Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and Universities, Distinguished 
.I.litiry Student, Blue Honor Bar. 

Member: Officers' Club, Glee Club, Physical Edu- 
ation Club, Y.M.C.A, (Vice-President, Treas- 
,rer). 



JOHN POWELL KING 

■•Johnny P." 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

College Honors: Distinguished Military Student. 

Member: Sigma Theta Fraternity. Sgts. Club, 

Dfficers' Club, Rifle Team, Glee Club. Business 

Administration Club. Generals. 

Military Unit: Company B (Pvt.l, Company A 
(Sgt., 2nd Ll., 1st Lt.. Capt.). 
Sports: Intramural Sports. 



MIRIAM JANET KING 
Dahlonega, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY 

College Honors: Dean's List. Who's Who An 

Students in American Colleges and Universi 

Who's Who at N-G.C. (Most Likely to Succ 

Must Intellectual. Miss N.G.C.. Sweetheart 

Member: Rec Club, Chemistry Club (Secret 
Treasurer), Science Club (President), B.! 
(Council. Treasurer). 



WILLIAM S. LACKLAND 

Albany, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY 



BOBBY JONES LEWIS 

"Gunner" 

Calhoun, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

MATHEMATICS 

College Honors: Dean's List. 

Member: Cadet Bugler (Sports Ei 
Y.M.C.A., Science Club, Future Teachers' 
Cpls. Club. 

Military Unit: Company D (Pyt., Cpl.). 

Sports: Intramural Sports, 



JAMES LUKE 
Ashburn, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




Home Evoiioniics Building 



THOMAS EDWIN KINGERY 

Gordon, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
mber: Rex Fraternity (Secretary. Treasi 



Glee Club, Physical Educa 


tion Club 


. Offii 


Sgt.. Club. 






Military Unit; Compai 


,y C (Ps 


t., c 


Sgt. 1st Class, Capt.). 






Sports: Letter and Swea 


ter Aiyart 


1 in 1 


Sports. 







RUSSELL WAYNE McBRIDE 

"Mac" 

Albany, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

EDUCATION 

Member: Future Teachers' Club (Vice-President), 
Y.M.C.A., N.C.O. Club, Lettermen's Club, Gym 



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Baseball, Inti 



al Softball. 




BEN LEE McDonald, jr. 

Greensboro, Georgia 
Buchflor of Science 



2nd Lt 
Spor! 



BIOLOGY 
ry Club. Y.M.C.A. 
ompany D (Pfc). 



JAMES HENRY MATTHEWS 
"Boss- 
Perry, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
ber: Physical Educilion Club (President), 
ream. Letlermens Club, Sgts. Club. 

iry Unit: Company B (Sgt.. Sgt. 1st Class. 

)■ 



lAMES MERRELL MEANS, JR. 

"■Jim" 

Zebulon, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

SS A 
Dis 



ER^XTN COLLINS MERCK 

"Sonny" 

Gainesville, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

College Honors; Dean's List, Honor Platoon. 

Distinguished Military Student. Who's Who 

Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- 

Member: Future Business Leaders' Club. Sgls. 
Club, Officers' Club. Rex Fraternity (Chaplain). 



HUGH D. MILLER 
Gainesville, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

EDUCATION 



GEORGE ELLIS MILLS 

"Abbie" 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

College Honors: Dean's List. Distinguished Mili- 
tary Student. Honor Platoon. 

Member: Rex Fraternity (Vice-President). Sgts. 
Club. Officers' Club (Secretary). Business Admin- 
istration Club. Pan-Hellen c Council. 



Military Unit 



Con 



Library 



alion Staff (Capt. 



D (Sgt.. 2nd Lt 



Lt.). 



(Pvt., Sgt. 



2nd 



WALTER CLYDE MeGAHEE 

"Mac" 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
Member: The Generals, Future Business Le 
Club. V.M.C.A.. Wesley Foundation. 
Military Unit: Band (Pfc). 
Sports: Intramural Sports. 



WALTER JOHN MORAN. JR. 

"Goat" 

Albany, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BIOLOGY 

College Honors: Honor Platoon, Dean's List 

Member: Glee Club, Chemistry Club, Sci 

Club. Rex Fraternity. N.C.O. Club, Sgts. C 

Y.M.C.A.. Wesley Foundation. Cyclops Staff. 

Military Unit: Company C (Pvt.. Cpl., Sgt. 





OLIN COLUMBUS NICKELSON, JR. 
"Nick- 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Bachelor of Scieticf 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
Member: Business Administrjllon Club. 
Military Unit: Company D (Pvt.). 



DANIEL BRUNELLA PATTILLO 

"Dan" 

Lithonia, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
College Honors: Dean's List. Honor Platoon. 
Member: Business Adm.nistrat.on Club, Sgts. 
Club, Y.M.C.A. 

Military Unit: Company C (Pvt., Cpl., Sgt.). 



EDWARD JOSEPH NIX 

"Ed" 

Cleveland, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

College Honors: Distinguished Military Student. 

Member: N.C.O. Club, Physical Education Club, 

Jficers' Club, Y.M.C.A. 

Military Unit: Company D (Pvt., Sgt.. 2nd 



XX'ILLIAM E. OXFORD 
Rutledge, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

BIOLOGY 
College Honors: Dean's List. 

Member: Science Club, Rifle Team, N.C.O. Club, 
Sgts. Club. 

Military Unit: Company D (Pvt., Pfc. Cpl.). 



CHARLES EDWARD PARRISH 

"Charlie" 

Thomaston, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



EDWIN HERRING PEDRICK 

"Ed" 

Quitman, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

CHEMISTRY 

College Honors: Distinguished Military Student. 

Member: Chemistry Club, Oflicers' Club. N.C.O. 
Club. Y.M.C.A., Rific Team, Explorer Souts. 

Military Unit: Company C (Pvt., Pfc, Cpl., 
Sgt., 1st Lt.). 



SHEPPARD HARDY PHILLIPS 

"Shep" 

LaGrange, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
College Honors: Dean's List, Honor Platoon. 
Member: Future Business Leaders' Club. 
Y.M.C.A.. Sigma Theta. Sgts. Club, Rifle Team. 
Military Unit; Company D (Cpl., Sgt.). 
Sports: Intramural Softball. 



BETTE SUE PIERCE 



College Honors: 


Distinguished Military Student, 


Dalton, Georgia 


Honor Platoon. 
Member; Busine 


ss Administration Club, Oflicers' 


Bachelor of Science 


Club, Rex Fraterr 


lity, Y.M.C.A., N.C.O. Club. 


BIOLOGY 


Military Unit; 


Company D (Pvt., Sgt.. 2nd 


Member: Sanford Hall (Secretary), Futur 


Lt.). 




Teachers' Club (President), Rec Club, Y.VT.C.A. 


Sports: Intramg 


iral Sports. 


Science Club (Secretary), Dramatic Club. 




Sanford Hall 



BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PIM 

"Pirn" 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Biichclor of Science 

BIOLOGY 

College Honors: Dean's List. 

Member: Sigma Theta Fraternity, Varsity Lt 
termen's Club, Y.M.C.A., Sgti. Club. Seen 
Club. 

Military Unit: Company B (Pvt.. Sgt.). 

Sports: Varsity Tennis Team, Intramural Spori 



NORMA JOYCE RHODES 

Crawfordville, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

HOME ECONOMICS 
ember: Home tconoraics Club, Future Teach- 
Club, Wesley Foundation (Council), 
'.C.A., Rec Club. 




Bund House 



LELIA ANNETTE PITTMAN 

"Toni" 

Woodbury, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

HOME ECONOMICS 

College Honors: Deans List. Who's Who An 
Students in American Colleges and Univcrsi 

Member: Future Teachers' Club, Glee Club. 
Club. Home Economics Club (Vice-President, I 
ident), Y.W.C.A., Wesley Foundation (Coui 
Vice-President), Sanford Hall (Secretary). 



EDWARD WESSELS PUCKETT 





G; 


.inesville, Georgia 
\chelor of Science 


ber 
Cli 
tary 


PHYSICAL 
: Cpls. Club, 
lb. 
Unit: Compa 


FDUCATION 
Sgis. Club, Ph. 

my B (Cpl., Sgi 



THOMAS RALPH RUTHERFORD 

"Long Trooper" 

Austell, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

MATHEMATICS 
College Honors: Dean's List. Honor Student. 
Member: Sgts. Club. 
Military Unit: Company D (Pvt., Cpl.. Sgt.). 



LLENELL JONES SANDERSON 
Dahlonega, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 



CHARLES D. REDMOND, JR. 
Cornelia, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS 



MASON REX SHELTON 
Dahlonega, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
ber: Business Administration Club, 
lity, Sgts. Club, Glee Club. 
:ary Unit: Company A (Cpl., Sgt., Sgt 



PuCKETT 

Sanderson 





CLARENCE QUILLIAN SHORE 

"Shorty" 

Alto, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
College Honors: Distinguished Military Student. 
Member: Sigma Theta Fraternity (Chaplain). 

Officers' Club. Sgts. Club. Future Business Leaders' 

Club, Camera Club, Y.M.C.A. 



WILLIAM HOLDEN SMITH 

"Bump" 

But'ord, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BIOLOGY 

lege Honors: Distinguished Military Studei 



N.C.O. Club, Offic. 
sident). Rex Fratei 



<Vi< 





GEORGE PIERCE SHORT, 


JR- 






"G.P." 








Ciarkesville, Georgia 








Bachelor of Science 








BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 






Coll 


ege Honors: Distinguished Militari 


,• Stui 


H 


[onor 


Platoon. 






Men 


iber: Sgts. Club, Officers' Clul 


), Fi 


B 


usine 


ss Leaders' Club. 






Mill 


tary Unit: Company D (Sgi., 


2nd 


C 


apt.) 


. Headquarters Company. 






Spo, 


■is: Intramural Football. 






JOHN SIDNEY SIMMONS, 


JR. 






"Big John" 








Eatonton, Georgia 








Bachelor of Science 








BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




„ 


Men 


nber: Sgls. Club, Officers' Club, Bu 
ration Club. 


isines. 




Mil 


itary Unit: Company C (Sgt.), H< 


:adqu, 



JOHN ALVIN SIMMS 
Dahlonega, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

CHEMISTRY 
College Honors: Dean's List. 
Member: Wesley Foundation (Treasurer), Chei 
stry Club, Sgts. Club, Y.M.C.A. 
Military Unit: Company B (Pvt., Cpl., Sgt.). 






ROBERT A. STEPHENS 

"Steve" 

Maysville, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BIOLOGY 

r: Sigma Theta Fraternity, Y 



ALEX STEWART, JR. 

Albany, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

HISTORY 



JOSEPH PLEAS SURLS, JR. 

"Joe" 

East Point, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

CHEMISTRY 

College Honors: Distinguished Military St 
Dean's List, Who's Who Among Studen 
American Colleges and Uniyersities, Who's 
at N.G.C. (Clark Math Medal, Outst: 
N.C.O.) , Honor Platoon. 

Member: Officers' Club (Vice-President). < 
istry Club (Vice-President). Sgts. Club ( 
urcr). Science Club, Y.M.C.A. 

Military Unit: Company D (Pvt., Sgt., 1: 
Capt.), Battalion Staff (Major). 




The Barracks 




Military Building 



FRANK GORDON TALLANT 
"Red- 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 



Club. 

Mili 

Sgt.). 



JACK WILLIAM THOMPSON 

■•J. NX'." 
Thomasville, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

BIOLOGY 

College Honors: Dean's List. 
Member: Science Club, Sgts. Club, Rex Frai 
y. Explorer Scouts, Y.M.C.A. 
Military Unit: Comp.iny A (Pvt., I'fc, 5 
Sports: Intramural Sports. 



FRANK THOMAS THRASHER 

"Pokey-Dot" 

Ciiicopee, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

College Honors: Honor Platoon 

Member: Sigma Theta Frternity. Business 
ministration Club, Pan-Hellenic Council. 
Club, Officers' Club. 

Military Unit: Company D (Pvt., Sgt. 



Sgt. 
Capt.) 



WILLIAM C. TIPPINS, JR. 

"Tip" 

Claxton, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BIOLOGY 



College Honor 
Member: Sign 
cience Club. 



Thct: 



ry Unit: Company D (Pv 



Club, 
Cpl., 



KATHRYN DORA WALRAVEN 

"Kathy" 

Calhoun, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

SLCRETARIAL SCIENCE 
lember: Glee Club. Rec Club, Business Adir 
ation Club, Y.W.C.A. 



JOHN LEE WATKINS 

•Shoulders" 

Thomaston, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
College Honors: Honor Platoon. 
Member: Sgts. Club, Rifle Team, Business 
ministration Club, G!ee Club, Rex prater 
Y.M.C.A. 

Company D (Pvt., Cpl., 






Class). 
: Intran 



al Footbal 



CLAYTON EUGENT WEST 

"John Law" 

Graymont, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BIOLOGY 
ege Honors: Distinguished Military Student, 
iber: Sigma Theta Fraternity (Treasurer, 
'resident). Pan-Hellenic Council, Sgts. Club, 
s- Club. Science Club, Y.M.C.A. 
tary Unit: Company A (Pvt., Sgt., 2nd 



NEWTON A. WHATLEY 

Rome, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



Tallant 
Walraven 





Whitworth 



T. >X'lLLIAMS 



V. ^'iLLIAMS 



JACK S. WHITWORTH 

"Whit" 

Toccoa, Georgia 

Bachelor of Scivtice 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
:r: Sigma Theta Fraternity, Y.M.C.A., 



ROBERT S. ^X'ILLIAMS, JR. 

Winder, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



THOMAS C. WILLIAMS 
Clermont, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science 

PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS 



VICTOR DURHAM WILLIAMS 

"V. D." 

Winder, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



KENNETH R. WOODS 

"Moe" 

Newington, Ga. 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

College Honors: Honor Platoon. 

Member: Sgts. Club (Treasurer), N.C.O. Club, 
lusiness Administration Club, Wesley Foundation. 

Military Unit: Company D (Pvt., Cpl., Sgt., 
Igt, 1st Class). 



RICHARD CHELSEA WYSONG 

"Dicl<" 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
ollege Honors: Distinguished Military Studei 



Sign- 



Thel 



Adn 



Fraternity, Sgts. 
ion Club, Y.M.C.A., 

npany A (Pyt., Sgt., 



Rille Tcai 
Leaders' Club, N.C.O. Club, 
iry Unit: Company C (Pvt., Sgt, 



JACK LAWSHE ZUKER 

"Zuk" 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
r: Sigma Theta Fraternity, Sgt! 



Futi 




Unit 



Con 



Alumni Hall — G\tn 



27 



Irene Atkinson Rome, Ga. 

Adelaide Elizabeth Cain East Point, Ga. 

Mrs. Frank Cain . Buford, Ga. 

James Allen Cantrell . . Rocky Face, Ga. 

Theophilus Marion Carter Brunswick, Ga. 

Joe Chapman LaFayette, Ga. 

Dwight M. Clark Brookton, Ga. 

Clarence H. Collier, Jr. Midville, Ga. 

William Lewis Drake Blue Ridge, Ga. 

CiRACE Wilma Gaines Cartersville, Ga. 

Nathan Luther Ginn . Cartersville, Ga. 

Robert E. Goble Rome, Ga. 

Mary Julia Harvill Alto, Ga. 

Beulah C. Hiott Dahlonega, Ga. 

Mrs. Agnes M. Hitch , , . , Fitzgerald, Ga. 



Cllnnu Iona Holmes Jasper, Ga. 

Harry Ural Jackson Cuthbert, Ga. 

Julia S. Johnson Jesup, Ga. 

Eddie Fagan Little Gainesville, Ga. 

Julius T. Morgan Lithonia, Ga. 

Howard Rudolph Park, Jr. Ideal, Ga. 

Sam Houston Parris Blue Ridge, Ga. 

Earl Franklin Phillips Hinesville, Ga. 

Antoinette Pool Norfolk, Va. 

Plennie Jordon Robinson Dawsonville, Ga. 

Ernest B. Ross Blairsville, Ga. 

Eleanor Cockrell Sanders Falkston, Ga. 

Evelyn Isabell Walls Gumming, Ga. 

Max Oren Whitaker Asheville, N. C. 

Blaunche Thompson Wildes Rome, Ga. 

Zella Styles Wilson Bowden, Ga. 




Project of Senior Class of 1951 — Archway at Entrance of W^alk on the Front Campus 




^^J 



f3>' 



V resident 
Robert W. Duncan 

Griffin, Georgia 



Jimmy E. Moore 
Buena Vista, Georgia 



Sponsor 

Mrs. R. E. Duncan 

Griffin, Georgia 



Juh/ci'^ 




Secretary 

Graham P. Lowe, Jr 

Fort Valley, Georgia 



RoYCE C. Bartlett 

Fort Valley, Georgia 









A. Arnold 
ih, Georgia 


Art 


HUR M. Bennett. Jr. 
ers, Georgia 


Robe 
Cony 


ers, Georgia 


WiLLiA.M O. Christopher. 
Douglas, Georgia 


Jr. Caroe 
De So 


VN Clay 
o, Georgia 


Elder T. Cras> fc 
Blakely, Georgia 


lAM C. CuLPEPrCK 

oa, Georgia 


Lith 


ELER Davidson 
onia. Georgia 


Clm 
Cairo 


ORD A. Davis 
. Georgia 


GuERRY Davis, Jr. 
Buford, Georgia 


DOBO 
Macon 


, Georgia 


Dyer D. Edk-ard 
Jackson, Georgia 


VI F. FlNDLEY 

ville. Georgia 


Ralp 
Ceci 


H J. Griffis 
, Georgia 


Hen« 
Hahi 


Y R. Hate, Jr. 
a, Georgia 


Bernice J. Harben 
Dawsonville, Georgia 


ROBER 

Elberl 


T E. Heweee _ 
an. Georgia 


Victor H. Hutce 
Columbus, Georg 


YLE A. IBBY 

Valley, Georgia 


Stan 
Chat 


TON T. Jones 
sworth, Georgia 


Edwi 
McR 


N A. Kersey 
e, Georgia 


Tunis P. Lang, Jr. 
Sandersville, Georgia 


Willi 
Clarks 


,M J. Livsey, Jr. 
ton, Georgia 


James A. McClu 
Cartecay, Georgia 




mBammSM 



Cuthberc, Georgia 



. P. Sims 
im, Georgii 

J. Styles 



Mary E. Whii 



PICTURES NOT SHOWN 



Youns Hi 



Henry Shanahan 
Dahloncga, Georgia 





Pn-siJct 

WiLF.Y R. McGriff 

Atlanta, Georgia 



Vtcc-PrciiJcnt 

iETTYE Jo Scott 

Macon, Georgia 



Spoinor 

Mrs. L. J. McGriff 

Atlanta, Georgia 



Sccrelary 

Marvin B. Doster 

Athens, Georgia 



Treasurer 
\11LLIAM J. Ya 

Marietta, Georg 



^Cfih^tncte^ 









^Md^ 




Mrs. Mary A. Shllton 
Dahlonega, Georgia 


Henry G. Shugabt 
Calhoun, Georgia 


John H. Shui.ari 
Calhoun, Georgia 


Francis M. Sibley 
Decatur. Georgia 


Martin L. Silox 
Perry, Georgia 


Max S. Sims 
Fitzgerald, Georgia 


Paul C. Simms 
Dahlonega, Georgia 


Richard F. Simonton 
Griflin, Georgia 


Mary Slaton 
Dawsonville, Georgia 


Clifford L. Snydek 
Marietta, Georgia 


James F. Spencer 
New Holland, Georgia 


JANIE R. Stancil 
Dahlonega, Georgia 


Ernest P. Springer 
Dahlonega, Georgia 


Frank F. Thompson 
Lumpkin, Georgia 


Junius B. Thornton 
Dewey Rose, Georgia 


Sara F. Thurston 
Atlanta, Georgia 


Gilmer L. Vandiver 
Helen, Georgia 


Rule D. Walker 
Copper Hill, Tenne 




loHN R. WnsoN 
boraville, Georgia 


Moses L. 'Wii son 
Locust Grove, Georgia 

PICTURES 


John W. Winn 
Hinesville, Georgia 

NOT SHOWN 


William C. Wofford 
Gainesville, Georgia 




Stanley E. Campbell 
Decatur, Georg.a 


John C. Canon 
Dahlonega. Georgia 


Cedartown, Georgia 


•«iLLis E. Davis 
Dcmorest, Georgia 


Ernest E. Donaldson 
McCaysville, Georgia 


James E. Garrett 
Buford, Georgia 


Jan.ls C. Gravity 
Dahlonega, Georgia 


Jack L. Greene 
Ballground, Georgia 


John W. Hodces 
Dahlonega, Georgia 


Robert F. Jones 
Tallapoosa, Georgia 


William B. Kemp 
Sylvania, Georgia 


Willie H. Leviis 
Helen, Georgia 


Eldon L. Manslield. Jr. 
Albany, Georgia 


Walter E. Mieks 
Alto, Georgia 


William S. Perr.n 
Tucker, Georgia 


James L. Sanders 
Cleveland, Georgia 


James M. Wright 
Elliiay, Georgia 


jEssi L. Yadfn, Jr 
Uruid Hills, Georgi 




PresiJent 
Alton L. Amis 
Dublin, Georgia 



CHARltS «■. AR81DGE, Jn, 

William D. Allen . . 
HoME» D. Allison . . 
O-iEN C. Amos . . . 



RiLEv D. Anderson . 
Thlrman E. Anderson 
Emmett J. Arnold III 

JLLIUS E. ASBELLE . . 



Marion W. Avai 
James H. Babb 
Sherman G. Ba 



James P. Ban 
James C. Barr 
Mary E. Bates 
George H. Ba 



Vice-Prcsi,l<->i/ 

ETTY J. ShEAROUSE 

Decatur, Georgia 



. Rome, Georgii 
LIthonia. Georgii 
. Tif.on, Georgij 
. Valona. Georgia 



Fort Valley, Georgia 
. Reidsville, Georgia 



. Sarasota. Florida 
Eastonollee, Georgia 
. Roberta. Georgia 
. Atlanta. Georgia 



Gumming, Georgia 

East Point, Georgia 

Macon. Georgij 

. Crandall, Georgia 



Commerce, Georgi; 

Tignall, Georgia 

. Jersey, Georgi: 

Cornelia, Georgia 



Vf. BoviMAN Macon. Georgia 

S. Bramblett Atlanta. Georgia 

s S. Brice Gainesville. Georgia 

S. Brooks Jefferson, Georgia 



Peggy V. Brooks 
Douglas D. Broi 
Jo Ann Blrdeete 
JUDSON W. Byrd 



Canton. Georgia 

lyeltev.lle. Georgia 

Calhoun, Georgii 

Atlanta, Georgu 



Spomor 

Mrs. •«'. ■«'. Ax 

Dublin, Georgii 



Secretary 

Gay Scott 

Decatur, Georgi; 



Treasurer 

Robert C. Stephens 

Carlton, Georgia 



^tejknteh 




r »**v "^ 




dm 





fHf^ 








James K. Cacle Nelson, Georgii 

I'kank E, Calhoun, Jk Butler, Georgia 

lATHER U. Campbell E,ilonton, Georgia 

Wallace D. Garden Gainesville. Georgia 

Joseph H. Cahmichael Meansville. Georgia 

Donald J. Carter Floivcry Branch, Georgia 

Charles M. Cason Huntsville, Alabama 

Pierce L. Cavthon Greensboro, Georgia 

Harold H. Chambless Dawson, Georgia 

Robert H. Clark Griffin, Georgia 

Charles E. Cobb Springvale, Georgia 

Jo Beth Copfee Toccoa, Georgia 

George. E. Coleman, Jr Dunsvoody, Georgia 

James F. Collins Gainesville. Georgia 

Iack W. Corn Marietia, Georgia 

ViALTFR M. Cox Gainesville, Georgia 

James N. Crak ford Hayesvllle, N. C. 

Richard M. Cross Atlanta, Georgia 

Thomas J. Cllpeppeb Fort Valley, Georgia 

Edith A. Davis Damascus, Georgia 

Jonah B. Davis, Jr Pelhara, Georgia 

Thomas C. Davis Covington, Georgia 

JiANETTL deJarnette DecatuT, Georgia 

Rasmonu a, Dempsiv Smyrna, Georgia 

Jerry B. Dettmerinc Fayetteville, Georgia 

Clyde M. Dover Ellijay, Georgia 

James B. Drew Atlanta, Georgia 

Joseph R. Duncan Griffin, Georgia 

James D. Dunlap Atlanta, Georgia 

Laura J. Elliott Gainesville, Georgia 

John HC. Falk Gainesville. Georgia 

Charles A. Falte Cedartown. Georgia 

Betty R. Fargason Atlanta. Georgia 

Steve K. Ferrell -Waycross. Georgia 

Sylvia J. Field Atlanta, Georgia 

Anne E. FiNDLEY Alpharetta, Georgia 

Fred M. Garrett Edison, Georgia 

Mary F. Gilbert Pendergrass. Georgia 

Allan H. Goforth Gainesville, Georgia 

Bernard Goss ... ... Calhoun, Georgia 







Charies W. Grefr 

jAMts A. Grissett 

pAUlINt GURI.EY 


Albany, Georgia 

Ray City, Georgia 

Dahlontga, Georgia 


































Bobby D. Haynes 

Umes H. Heener, Jr. ... 


Gainesville, Georgia 

Ellijay, Georgia 

Wrens. Georgia 


















James C. Hogue 


Moultrie, Georgi 






Mary M. Honea 


Tate, Georgi 

Gainesville, Georgi 








Blvthe, Georgi 














James C. Huep 


Crawford. Georgi 

Gainesville. Georgi 




Atlanta, Georg. 
















Atlanta, Gcorg 






Roy M Jones 


Atlanta, Georg 





Guilford J. King . . . 

iRtD J. KlTCHliNS, Jr. . 
1 ARRV K. LaNGFORD . . 

Charffs R. Langsfon, Jr 



UlRBFHF H. LeDFORD, Jr. 

Rov L. Levereft . . . 
Makv E. Lewis . . . 

V( IFFIAM N. LlFTLE . . 



Gloria D. Livel' 
Thomas H. Live 
David J. Logan 
Harold G. Long 



VCiLLiAM P. McWh 
Frances J. Malcol 
Pafrick a. Mafcol 

JOFIANN R. MaNNII 



Magnus C. Marefte 
Carffon F. Marsha 
DoFORFS M. Marfin 
June Marfin . . 



Charfes C. Mil 
Effis L. Moncr 
Henry G. Mooi 
Sheffv D. Mooi 



. Dalcon, G( 

Covinglon. Georgi 

. Manella, Georg: 

. Toccoa. Georg 



Gainesv.lle, Georgia 

Estanollee. Georgia 

Hartwell. Georgia 

Carnesv.lle. Georgia 



Cumming, Georgi 
. Chipley, Georg 
. Elliiay, Georg: 
Dahlonega, Georgi 



RoBERF D. LoNGlNo Atlanta, Georgi 

Charles L. McClain Marble Hill, Georg 

Marv E. McConnell Alpharetta, Georgi 

Bobby N. McElroy Macon, Geoi 



. . . Royslon. G. 

Stone Mountain. G< 

. . . Omega, Georg 

. . . Tennille, Georg 



Dahlonega, Georgi 

Decatur, Georg 

. Griffin, Georg 



Marion C. Mafhews Gainesville, Georgia 

Ranell H. Mafhis Ralston, Georgia 

Jo B. Meadows Atlanta, Georgia 

Billy G. Middleton Ramhurst, Georgia 



Jonesboro, G. 

Moultrie, Gerogi 
Cumm.ng, Georgi 



Gene M, Moree Albany, Georgia 

Thomas D. Moreland Chatsworth, Georgia 

Jamfs R. Morfon, Jr Norcross, Georjis 

Joseph F. Mosfeller, Jr Brookhaven, Georgia 



WiFFlAM T. Mullinax Jasper. Georgia 

Mary J. MuLLlNS Calhoun, Georgia 

VC'illiam R. Neal, Jr Moultrie, Georgia 

Charlie A. Newcomer, III Fitzgerald, Georgia 



Babnev J. NICHOL5 Carnegie, Georgi: 

Harold H. Nichols Carncg.e. Georgi: 

RocEK L. Norman Sl. George. Georgi; 

Barbara Norrell Cumming, Georg.i 

Henry C. North, Jr Brunswick, Georgia 

Walter G. Oeferman Chaoncey, Georgii 

DoROTHV K. Olsen Sapelo Island. Georgij 

John R. Olsen Sapelo Island, Georgi: 

Charles D. Pace Elberton, Georgi: 

Carolyn Paradise Amiry. Georgii 

Annie R. Paris Rockmart, Georgia 

Jo A. Parris Blue Ridge, Georgii 

George R. Partridge Norcross, Georgii 

Marvin E. Patterson Gainesville, Georgia 

Jack P. Payne Marietta. Georgia 

Joyce A. Penlay Ellijay, Georgia 

Barbara J. Peters Ringgold. Georgia 

James D. Pethel Gainesville. Georgia 

James R. Pierce Eton. Georgia 

Betty A. Pinson Gainesville. Georgia 

Suzanne R. Pirkle Gainesville. Georgia 

Albert L. Powell Moultrie. Georgia 

Jerry D. Power Toccoa. Georgij 

David J. Puckett Tiflon. Georgii 

Victor L. Plickett Buford. Georgia 

;|/,;Aiice Quillian Gainesville. Georgia 

'*IDonald L. Randle Covington. Georgia 

Barbara J. Rankin Stone Mountain. Georgia 

Thomas C. Ray Commerce. Georgia 

VClLLlf M. Reins. Jr Gainesville. Georgia 

Eugene D. Rex Toccoa. Georgia 

Mary E. Rhodes Crawfordville. Georgia 

Anne M. Richardson Athens. Georgia 

William H. Riddle Montezuma. Georgia 

Roy A. Roberts Dalton. Georgia 

James G, Robertson Turin. Georgia 

Sara L. Robertson Gainesville. Georgia 

Amos J. Rogers Manchester. Georgia 

JEEFIE C. Rogers Gainesville. Georgia 

Barbara S. Rollins Tunnel Hill. Georgia 





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Bon R. RovAL St. Petersburg, Florida 

Dot M. RoYSTtR Tjmpa. Florida 

Bobby E. Rukkir Bcllton. Georgia 

Thio Ri-MBii Warner Robins, Georgia 

William A. Savace Norcross. Georgia 

HucH A. Saiivir Dublin. Georgia 

Paul F. Scrocgs, Jr Gainesville, Georgia 

Fannii B. Seabolt Dahlonega, Georgia 

William H. Settle, Jr Arnoldsville. Georgia 

John 1. Se«'ell Cave Springs, Georgia 

James B. Sharp, Jr Athens, Georgia 

Claude R. Sheffield Willacoochee, Georgia 

Dorothv J. Short Rayle, Georgia 

Hugh M. Simpson McDonough, Georgia 

Mart A. Slappev Blue Ridge, Georgia 

Clem C. Slater. Jr Blichton. Georgia 

Arthur W. Smith Dalton, Georgia 

BiTIl A. Smith Clarksvillc, Georgia 

HiLiiA D. Smith Commerce. Georgia 

Llovo a. Smith Lavonia. Georgia 

Richard C. Smith Fayettevlllc, Georgia 

Harold M. Stanton Macon, Georgia 

Minnie B. Starc.el Dahlonega, Georgia 

Jo M. Stevens Atlanta, Georgia 

GviENDoLVN Stevenson Dahlonega, Georgia 

James M. Stem-art Roberta, Georgia 

Thomas C. Stocks Dalton, Georgia 

Theodore P. Stokely Crawford, Georgia 

Elton Sumner Norman Park, Georgia 

Frances B. S»aeford Clayton, Georgia 

William C. Tate, Jr Gainesville, Georgia 

Bitty J. Tatum Gainesville, Georgia 

OllN D. Thomas Tlfton, Georgi: 

Van a. Thurston Gainesville, Georgia 

Jimmy F. Vandiver Jellerson, Georgia 

Royce E. Veal Elberton, Georgij 

F,leanor B. Vinton Atlanta, Georgij 

Lamar V. Waiurip Gainesville, Georgii 

Emmett F. Walraven, Jr Calhoun, Georgii 

Mack C. Wanslev, Jr Carncsville, Georgij 



JtRKV Ward Nashville. Gtorgw 

Thomas J. Wakden Tl. McPherson. Georg.j 

James W. Waters, Jk Gainesville, Gcorgij 

Eleanor J. Watrins Decatur, Georsi. 



James A. VCatki 
Donald E. «'at. 
Pegcv J. -WATSOi 
William R. W« 



Ranle L. We 



Ned W. White . 
Ralph L. Whitlev 
Thomas A. WiLEV 
Mildred P. Whitmire 



H. Wl 
R. Wii 



Phillip R. Wi 



Geraldine Wolee 
BiLiv B. Wood . 

Margie Wynne . 



Habri H. Youn 



Albany, Georgia 

Pelham, Georgia 

Estanollee, Georg.j 

Lilhonia, Georgia 



. . Canon. Georgia 

. Elliiay, Georgia 

Danielsville, Georgia 

Lenox, Georgii 



Bobbt a. Wheless Lexington, Georgi: 

Joe R. Whitaxer Gainesville, Georgi: 

Mrs. Shirley Whitaker Gainesville, Georgi. 

Henry C. White. Jr Atlanta, Georgi; 



. Dahlonega. Georgij 

. . Pelharo. Georgii 

Chickamauga. Georgij 

Maysville. Georgii 



Thomasville, Georgia 

. Gainesville, Georgia 

Chicopee. Georgia 

Buena Vista. Georgia 



Gumming. Georgi) 
Calhoun. Georgii 

. Perry, Georgii 




FRESHMEN PICTURES NOT SHOWN 



James F. Alfxander 
Adairsville, Ga. 

Joseph C. Avery 
Dahlonega, Ga. 

John Vt". Barber 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Shirley E. Bartox 
Dalton, Ga. 

Alston Boyle, Jr. 
Guyton, Ga. 

Smedley D. Breedlove 
Lawrenceville, Ga. 

|l\imy R. Britt 
Grayson, Ga. 

Mart S. Britt 
Stone Mountain, Ga. 

Claude H. Brown, Jr. 
Marietta, Ga. 

Eugene A. Brown 
Dahlonega, Ga. 

Joe D. Clements 
Ray City, Ga. 

Thomas B. Clyburn 
Blue Ridge, Ga. 

Larry E. Cook 
Griffin, Ga. 



Charles M. Cooper 
Gainesville, Ga. 

Henry F. Culberson, Jr 
Gainesville, Ga. 

Donald F. Dean 
Adel, Ga. 

George H. Donaldson 

Sandy Springs, Ga. 

Donald R. Dupree 
Gainesville, Ga. 

Eugene D. Ellington 
Moultrie, Ga. 

Robert F. Ellington 
Ellijay, Ga. 

Gilbert G. Ensley 
Blue Ridge, Ga. 

Charles C. Foster, Jr. 
Roswell, Ga. 

Mildred H. Garrett 
Dahlonega, Ga. 

Elizabeth A. Gillespie 
Dahlonega, Ga. 

RuTHiE A. Glover 
Cleveland, Ga. 

William R. Hall 
Cornelia, Ga. 

Dixie S. Harben 
Columbus, Ga. 



Warren P. Hendrix 
Lawrenceville, Ga. 

Rebecca A. Highsmith 
Gainesville, Ga. 

Alton L. Holland 
Cedartown, Ga. 

Thomas E. Jenkins 
WrightsviUe, Ga. 

William J. Kendrick 
Griffin, Ga. 

Jam:s W. Kidder 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Harold L. King 
Marietta, Ga. 

Harold V. King 
Cartersville, Ga. 

James P. King 
Dahlonega, Ga. 

Richard M. Land 
Cartersville, Ga. 

Charles R. Langston 
Toccoa, Ga. 

Lewis A. Lee 
Fitzgerald, Ga. 

Anne Liles 
Dalton, Ga. 

Jon W. McClure 
Acworth, Ga. 



William P. McKay 
Moultrie, Ga. 

Arthur J. Messier 
Fall River, Mass. 

Hughes M. Moore 
Dahlonega, Ga. 

Pat Owensby 
Dahlonega, Ga. 

Margaret S. Padgett 
Augusta, Ga. 

Betty J. Palmer 
Dahlonega, Ga. 

William R. Parker 
Mclntyre, Ga. 

Charles E. Parks 
Dahlonega, Ga. 

Robert L. Phillips 
Dalton, Ga. 

Crawford J. Prickett 
Gainesville, Ga. 

RosLYN Rogers 
Lavonia, Ga, 

William B. Satterfield 
Dahlonega, Ga. 

James L. Sisson 
McCaysville, Ga. 

John W. Snow 
vender. Ga. 



Frank I. Stewart 
Marietta, Ga. 

Alice P. Stover 
Sutchcs, Ga. 

Ann tte Thompson 
Decatur, Ga. 

William A. Threlkeld, Jr. 
Albany, Ga. 

Charles M. Tyson 
Darien, Ga. 

Henry L. Washington 
Acworth, Ga. 

Robert E. Waters, Jr. 
Rome, Ga. 

Allen H. Watts, Jr. 
Guyton, Ga. 

William J. Weeks 
Blue Ridge, Ga. 

Hazel C. White 
Tate, Ga. 

Luther R. Whitehead 
Monroe, Ga. 

James H. Wood 
Ball Ground, Ga. 

Charles S. Zeigler 
Waycross, Ga. 




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'We fight not to enslave, but to set a country free, and to 
make room upon the earth for honest men to live in." 





THE BATTALIDIV IIVSIGJ^IA 



This is the official emblem of the Corps of Cadets of North Georgia College. It is 
worn as a shoulder patch on the right sleeve of the uniform and as distinctive unit 
insignia on both epaulettes of the dress uniform coat. This insignia was designed by 
Captain Raymond C. Hamilton, a former P.M.S.&T., and was approved by the War 
Department. 

The design consists of a boar's head mounted on a yellow shield. The yellow repre- 
sents the gold that is found in the hills around Dahlonega, and the boar's head, which is 
taken from General James Edward Oglethorpe's Coat of Arms, represents hospitality. 
The design above the shield consists of a blue and white bar, the school colors; a 
Cherokee rose, the state flower of Georgia; and crossed muskets, the insignia of the 
Infantry. Encircling the entire design is a yellow scroll designating the name and 
location of the college. This emblem is proudly worn by all cadets. 




MILITARY AT IV. G. C 



NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 

Situated at the foot of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in Dahlonega, North 
Georgia College is probably the nation's most unique, military school. 

The college was founded in 1873 on the stite of the abandoned U. S. Mint at Dah- 
lonega. The school, long termed "Georgia's West Point," is the state's only four-year 
military college. Military training is compulsory and all graduating cadets receive reserve 
commissions, with the select group of Distinguished Military Graduates receiving regular 
commissions if they so desire. 

Down through the years the school has furnished the country with top-flight fighting 
men during the time of need. The school lost more than 100 of its former students 
in World War IL During this war men who received their first military training at 
North Georgia College furnished the Army and Air Force with 2,3 06 men, the Navy 
543, and the Marine Corps 104 — the majority were officers. 

Parades are held frequently on Sunday afternoons and each spring the Battalion holds 
a military problem in attack and defense. The local terrain is rough and offers good 
experience in conducting operations of small units. 

The military life at N. G. C. is brought to a climax each spring by the annual 
Federal Inspection. Throughout its history the school has always ranked very high on 
these inspections. The cadets have a right to be proud of their battalion with its glorious 
history and bright future of prosperous improvement. 



Reserve 
Dffieers 

TRAIlVmG 

Corps 





ROY HIOTT 
Major, Inf. 
P.M.S.&T. 





jAMIiS A. LUTTRliLL 

Major, Inf. 

Mil. Science IV 



HENRY V. McCABE 

Captain, Inf. 

Mil. Science III 





G. C. LONG 


J. E. DAVIDSON 


W. T. WHITE 


R. H. MEASE 


M/Sgt., Inf. 


SFC, Inf. 


Cpl., Inf. 


Sgl., Inf. 


Mil. Science I 


Administration 


Administration 


Supply N.C.O. 





ORVILLE R. HAUSE 

hi LI., Inf. (Rn.) 
Commandant ot Cadets 



CDMMAIVDAIVT'S 
STAFF 




W. H. PACQUIN 

E7tsigi,, USNR 

Chaplain 







G. P. SHORT 
Hon. Cdt. Capl. 
Hq. Det. Conidr. 



J. S. SIMMONS 
Hon. CJl. Cupt. 





LEON CAPP 
Hon. Cilt. Capl. 




J. R. WARDEN 
Hon. Cdt. Capl. 



M/SGT. A. K. GRIER, Inf. 
Assistant Commandant 



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BATTALION STAFF 




MRS. C. B. CLIFTON 
Battalion Sponsor 
Albany, Georgia 




LT. COL. J. R. CLIFTON 
Btillalion CommaiiJn 




MRS. B. M. STEVENS 

Staff Sponsor 

Cedartown, Georgia 




MAJ. J. P. SURLS 
Executhc Officer 





MAj. J. KANADAY, JR. 
S-i 






CAPT. H. C. JOHNSON 

AJjiifant 



CAPT. G. E. MILLS 
S-2 



CAPT. J. M. MEANS 
S-4 






1st LT. C. E. COSPER 
Ass'l. S-} 



1st LT. R. A. STEPHENS 
Ass't. S-4 



M/SGT. A. M. BENNET 
Serjeant Major 






CAPT. G. W. PAVLOVSKY 
B,ilhl CommanJcr 



MRS. J. R. PAVLOVSKY 

Band Spouwr 

Norfolk, Virginia 






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1st LT. J. M. COOK 2nd 11. R. R. HOLCOMBE 

Executive Officer Pltitooii Leuiler 

2nd Lt. Ross R. Holcombe Platoon Leader 

S. Fc. Wiley R. McGriff Vlatoon Sergeant 

Sgt. Henry R. Hall Platoon Guide 

First Squad: Sgt. Sibley; Pvts. Chambless, Morce, Culpepper, Laclihnd, 
Drexler; Cpl. Lowe. 

Second Squad: Sgt. Fite; Pvts. Watson, Anderson, Reins, Veal, Long; 
Cpl. Rex. 

Third Squad: !Sgt. Fargason; Pvts. Miller, Scwell, Payne; Cpls. Whit- 
ley, Simonton. 




2nd LT. J. K. COX M/SGT. R. M. BLASINGAME 

P/.1/00" Leader First Sergeant 

2nd Lt. James K. Cox Platoon Leader 

S. Fc. Richard H. Eaves Platoon Sergeant 

Sgt. Preston L. Sessions Platoon Guide 

First Squad: Sgt. McDonald; Pvts. Snyder, McKay, Hogue, Blasingame, 
Neal; Cpl. Clark. 

Second Squad: Sgt. Pierce; Pvts. Sharp, Allison, Clark, Luke, Ferrcll; 
Cpl. Edwards. 

Third Squad: Sgt. Williams; Pvts. Culpepper, Megahce, Malcolm, Dett- 
mering; Cpl. Hasty. 




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Capt. J. P. King 
Conimatidiiig Officer 





MissFlorlnck King 

Sponsor 
Avondale Estates, Ga. 



CDMP/IIVY "A" 




1st Lt. R. S. Willm 
Excculivc Officer 



2nd Lt. a. Sttwart 2ni) Lt. C. E. Wist 

Platoon Leader Platoon Leader 



FIRST PLATDDIV 



;nl) Lt. \C. H. Smith 
Platoon Leader 



M/Sgt. a. E. French 
First Sergeant 




First Squad: Sgt. R. E. Ash, Pvts. 
E. T. Crawford, W. L. Pass, F. E. 
Walraven, CpL T. E. Anderson. 



Second Squad: Sgt. R. W. Dun- 
can, Pvts. W. E. Davis, J. B. Nich- 
ols, R. C. Stephens, C. L. Chap- 
man, CpL B. H. Henderson. 



Third Squad: Sgt. R. S. Peacock, 
Pvts. J. C. Avery, L. H. Cook, Wm. 
F. Mullinax. M. C. Marrett. 



■mhM Fourth Squad: Sgt. G. W. Brook- 

shire, Pvts. B. G. Middleton, R. H. 
Clark, V. L. Puckett, J. R. Duncan, 
CpL Pat Owensby. 



A. SliMAKi Platoon Leader 

M. R. Shelton Platoon Leader 

V. n. 'OCiLLiAMS Platoon Guide 



SECDIVD PLATDDIV 




Fin/ Squad: Sgt. Harold Jones, 
Pvts, J. D. Boggus, R. E. Waters, 
T. A. Wjlcy, B. A. Wheless, J. P. 
King, Cpl. C. T. Ruark. 

SiiOihl Squad: Sgt. P. R. Wise, 
Pvts. S. E. Campell, J. W. Waters, 
A. J. Messier, G. E. Shugart, J. C. 
Trepangier, Cpl. A. I. Crettenden. 

Third Squad: Sgt. J. E. Moore, 
Pvts. T. C. Davis, W. J. Kendrick, 
C. M. Dover, E. G. Hlckson, C. S. 
Zeigler, Cpl. F. W. Moseley. 

Fourth Squad: Sgt. J. W. Thomp- 
son, Pvts. F. E. Huff, F. J. Kitch- 
ens, Jr., Wm. N. Little, L. A. 
Smith, D. R. DuPree, Cpl. G. D. 
Davis, Jr. 



2nd Lt. C. E. West Platoon Leader 

J. L. Jessup Platoon Sergeant 

S. T. Jones Platoon Guide 



THIRD PLATDDIV 



First Squad: Sgt. W. J. Livsey, 
Pvts. W. L. Segars, D. D. Roper, 
L. E. Cook, C. R. Langston, F. E. 
Thompson, Cpl. L. C. Adams. 

S<-(0«</ Squad: Sgt. M. B. Doster, 
Pvts. G. H. Donaldson, M. L. Wil- 
son, F. E. Calhoun, G. E. Coleman, 
Cpl. A. S. Holbrook. 



Third Squad: Sgt. R. A. Bates, 
Pvts. J. R. Pierce, J. H. Carmichael, 
L. A. Lee, J. P. Bannister, R. S. 
Brisendine. 



Fourth Squad: Sgt. Wm. P. Se- 
well, Pvts. D. L. Randlc, G. P. 
Hill, T. D. Moreland, W. P. Mc- 
Whirter, Cpl. C. C. Pritchett. 




W. H. Smith Platoon Leader 

Sgt. 1st Cl. L. B. Travis Platoon Sergeant 

Sgt. W. J. Yaw Platoon Guide 




Capt. E. C. Merck 
Commanding Officer 





Mrs. E. C. Merck 

Sponsor 
Gainesville, Georgia 



COMPANY B" 




1st Lt. A. T. FoRu 2ni) Lt. W. H. HouK 2ni> Lt. C. Q. Shoki 2ni) I.t. W. t. Mundy 

Excciitiiv Officer Plitnnn Leader VUitnon Leader Platoon Leader 



M/Sgt. B. J. Harris 
first Sergeant 



FIRST PLATDDIV 




F:nt Squad: Sgt. Wm. S. Perrin, 
Sgt. James T. Hurt, Pvts. J. F. 
Mosteller, C. M. Cooper, J. R. Britt, 
A. H. Goforth, Cpl. H. L. Mat- 
thews. 



Second Squad: Sgt. W. C. Haw- 
kins, Pvts. C. E. Parks, J. W. Falk, 
W. M. Cox, W. H. Riddle, J. D. 
Hardage, Cpl. J. C. Gravitt. 



Third Squad: Sgt. F. P. Stringer, 
Pvts. G. Arnold, R. M. Cross, E. B. 
Bird, T. I. Haralson, J. F. Collins, 
Cpl. J. \V. Byrd. 



Fourth Squad: Sgt. G. L. Van- 
diver, Pvts. W. D. Allen, H. C. 
White, R. F. Ellington, W. J. El- 
liott, J. D. Byrd, Sgt. B. F. Pirn. 



2ni) Lt. W. H. Houk Platoon Leader 

ScT. 1st Cl. E. W. PucKiiTT Platoon Sergeant 

£gt. \V. J. Riley Platoon Guide 

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SECDIVD PLATDDN 




2nd Lt. C. Q. Shore PLi/oni, LvaJa- 

ScT. 1st Cl. H. K. Heath Vlatooii Sergeant 

Sgt. J. A. McClurz . . Platoon Guide 



F,rst SclllaJ: Sgt. W. O. Huglies, 
Pvts. J. Stewart, W. G. Offcrman, 
C. F. Marshall, C. A. Sheffield, Cpl. 
J. W. Snow. 



Seewnl Sqiia,/: Sgt. W. T. Poor, 
Pvts. J. H. Hefner, H. Shanahan, 
P. C. Simms, E. C. Isnahour, Cpl. 
W. I.. Ponder. 



Thiril Squad: Sgt. L. W. Hatta- 
way, Pvts. E. A. Brown, D. F. Dean, 
T. Rumble, E. T. 'Wright, Cpl. J. 
I . Hurt. 



Fourth Squad: Sgt. ^i'. E. Meeks, 
Pvts. S. D. Breedlove, J. D. Dunlop, 
T. C. Warden, C. A. Ealte, Cpl. 
,|. B. Tho 



THIRD PLATDDIV 



Pint Squad: Sgt. W. D. Ho't, 
Pvts. V. A. Thurston, W. C. Wof- 
ford, C. A. Irby, J. K. Grant, \V. 
D. Garden, Cpl. T. O. Eowler. 



Second Squad: Sgt. W. W. Da- 
vidson, Pvs. N. W. White, J. D. 
Pethel, S. G. Baggarley, V. Carder, 
J. A. Crawford, Cpl. R. H. Mathls. 

Third Squad: Sgt. F. G. Tallant, 
Pvts. J. W. Ridder, P. E. Scroggs, 
H. H. Ledford, H. M. Simpson, H. 
G. Long, Sgt. R. F. Jones. 



Fourth Squad: Sgt. H. L. Thur- 
mond, Pvts. R. W. McElroy, A. L. 
Holland, C. W. Akridge, R. L. 
\l"ellborn, Cpl. A. McLean. 




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2nd Lt. W. E. Mundv Platoon Leader 

Sgt. 1st Cl. J. H. Matthews Platoon Sergeant 

Sgt. J. A. Simms Platoon Guide 







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Sponsor 
Gordon, Georgia 



COMPANY "C" 




1st Lt. E. H. Pedrick 
Execuihe Officer 



2nd Lt. C. a. Davis 
Platoon Leader 



:nu Lt. D. H. Threlkeld 2nd Ln. V. H. Hutchison M/Sct. W. J. Hinson 

Platoon Lcmh-r Third Platuun Leader First Sergeant 



FIRST PLATDDIV 




First Squad: Sgt. A. H. Reese, 
Pvts. J. E. Asbclle, N. L. Williams, 
Jr., L. V. Campbell, J. Babb, W. H. 
Settle, Jr., Cpl. C. L. McClain. 

Second Squad: Sgt. E. L. Mans- 
field, Pvts. C. L. Slater, Jr., R. E. 
Holcomb, R. L. Leverett, J. A. 
Watkins, W. A. Housley, Cpl. G. G. 
Ensley. 



Third Squad: Sgt. W. M. Cal- 
houn, Pvts. W. Coffey, H. W. Hop- 
per, R. M. Hill, R. L. Norman. 
H. C. North, Jr., Cpl. B. A. Boyle. 
Jr. 

Fourth Squad: Sgt. D. P. Sims, 
Pvts. J. W. McClure, J. R. Olsen, 
J. K. Cagle, W. R. Parker, G. H. 
Amason, Cpl. J. D. Davis. 



2nd Lt. C. a. Davis Platoon Leader 

Sgt. 1st Cl. R. W. McBride Platoon Sergeant 

Sgt. L. T. Oxford Platoon Guide 

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SECDIVD PLATDDIV 




F:rsl SquaJ: Sgt. L. P. Chafin, 
Pvts. H. H. Nichols, J. D. Puckett, 
R. W. Bowman, M. C. Hawk, D. 
R. Harper, D. J. Logan, Cpl. C. W. 
Greer. 



S.ro«,/ SqiiaJ: Sgt. R. C. Bart- 
lett, Pvts. R. B. Longino, F. M. 
Garrett, R. M. Land, W. A. Threl- 
keld, C. C. Foster, Cpl. J. D. 
Clements. 

Third Squad: Sgt. B. Y. Holwell, 
Pvts. A. L. Amis, H. A. Sawyer, 
J. Ward, J. Bramblett, C. D. Page, 
Cpl. P. A. Jensen. 

Tonrth Squad: Sgt. T. P. Lang, 
Pvts. O. C. Amos, C. M. Cason, 
R. M. Jones, H. M. Stanton, Cpl. 
G. A. Stephens. 



2nd Lt. D. H. TnKiLKiiii Platoon Leader 

Sgt. 1st Cl. R. E. Hiwell Platoon Serjeant 

Sgt. W. E. Oxford Platoon Guide 



THIRD PLATDDIV 



First Squad: Sgt. L. K. Langford, 
Pvts. L. R. Whitehead, J. A. Gris- 
sett, C. S. Brice, W. J. Weeks, R. F. 
Harrell, Cpl. D. N. McCurdy. 

Second Squad: Sgt. W. J. Moran, 
Cpl. W. D. Ray, Pvts. W. C. Tate, 
J. R. Manning, M. C. Wansley, G. 
H. Baxter, Cpl. I. G. Roberts. 

Third Squad: Sgt. J. M. Hall, 
Pvts. E. L. Lewis, M. L. Silcox, 
J. G. Robertson, H. G. Moore, H. 
V. King, Cpl. T. E. Jenkins. 

Fourth Squad: Sgt. R. C. Wil- 
liams, Pvts. E. A. Donaldson, M. D. 
Lawrence, R. C. Smith, Cpl. W. O. 
Christopher, Sgt. 1st Cl. J. T. 
Coleman. 




2nd Lt. V. H. Hutchison Platoon Leader 

Sct. 1st Cl. R. C. Wvsong Platoon Sergeant 

Sgt. D. B. Patillo Platoon Guide 




Capt. E. M. EbiiRharot 
Cumniuinli,,)- Officer 





tM'^ -t'^'tu^A . k 



Miss Robbth Wlstbrook 

Sponsor 

Cedartown, Georgia 



1st Lt. F. T. Thrasher 
Exec It tiff Officer 



CDMPAIVY "D 




MD Lt. C. E. Parrtsh ^nli Lt. B. F. Sowel 

Piafooii Lciiih-r Pialoim Leader 



2nd Lt. E. J. Nix 
Platoon Leader 



M/Sgt. a. J. Weatherington 
First Sergeant 



FIRST PLATDDIV 




Fhit SqnaJ: Sgt. J. C. Barrow, 
Pvts. J. W. Winn, R. A. Roberts, 
J. Hope, G. Partridge, W. Woods. 

Second Squad: Sgt. T. R. Ruther- 
ford, Pvts. C. J. Hamrick, H. H. 
Young, L. Y. Waldrip, T. C. Ray, 
B. L. McDonald, Cpl. J. H. Hen- 
son. 

Third Squad: Sgt. R. J. Griffis, 
Pvts. A. J. Rogers, C. T. Caswell, 
G. King, J. L. Sisson, Cpl. A. H. 
Watts, Cpl. J. R. Oakes. 

fo«r//j Squad: Sgt. F. M. Ches- 
ter, Pvts. R. A. Dempsey, W. R. 
Williams, A. Smith, C. R. James, 
Cpl. E. L. Abercrombie. 



2nd Lt. C. E. Parrish Platoon Leader 

Sgt. 1st Cl. J. L. Watkins Platoon Sergeant 

Sgt. J. H. Stephens Platoon Guide 

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SECDND PLATDDIV 




Fi,i.l SqnaJ: Sgt. W. R. Cooper, 
Pvts. J. E. Garrett, C. A. New- 
comer, H. L. Jay, C. E. Cobb, Cpl. 
J. E. Spencer, Cpl. J. M. Langston. 



Sccoiul Sqnud: Sgt. W. W. Phil- 
lips, Pvts. J. C. Huff, F. I. Stewart, 
T. P. Stokely, W. P. Hendrix, O. C. 
Nickelron, Cpl. R. D. Walker. 



Third Squad: Sgt. S. H. Phillips, 
Pvts. W. A. Savage, T. H. Living- 
ston, M. S. Britt, J. B. Drew, J. S. 
Whitworth, Cpl. J. R. Morton. 



fomlh Squad: G L. Brookshire, 
Pvts. B. J. Wctherington, J. D. 
Power, J. R. Kennedy, O. D. 
Thompson, E. A. Patterson, Cpl. 
B. J. Lewis. 



2nd Lt. B. F. SoWtLL 

Sgt. 1st Cl. "W". D. McClure 

Sgt. W. C. Tippins, Jr. 



. PUtoon Lender 
Plaloou Ser^ctutt 
. Platoon Guide 



THIRD PLATDDIV 



First Squad: Sgt. L. B. Chandler, 
Pvts. J. H. Hulsey, D. D. Brown, 
J. H. Jacobs, C. H. Brown, Cpl. 
H. F. Findley. 



Second Squad: J. L. Yaden, Pvts. 
J. W. Barber, H. L. Hobbs, H. F. 
Culberson, D. J. Carter, T. B. Cly- 
burn, Cpl. W. B. Kemp. 

Third Squad: Cpl. J. M. ^X'right, 
Pvts. J. M. Whitehurst, C. L. Black- 
man, A. L. Powell, E. Sumner, T. 
C. Stocks. 



Four/h Squad: Sgt. W. A. Craig, 
Pvts. E. E. Ellington, J. Prickett, 
B. Haynes, J. E. Corn, Cpl. E. L. 
Moncrief, 




HEADOUARTERS DETACHMEIVT 





Front Row: Capt. G. P. Short, Dct. Conidr.; Capt. J, S. Simmons, M/Sgc. N. S. Brown, Capt. 
L. H. Capp. 

Back Row: Pvt. M. E. Patterson, Pvt. Cawthorne. P. L.; Sgt. B. C. Amick, Sgt. W. E. Bennct, Cpl. F. R. 
Horton, Sgt. J. C. Holmes. 

SUMMER CAMP, FT. BEIVIVIIVG, GA., 1950 




Fint Row: J. K. Cox, F. G. Tallant, J. T. Coleman, E. W. Puckctt, W. R. Cooper, J. T. Morgan, 
H. K. Heath. 

SccomI Row: W. C. Hawkins, J. W. Johnson, M. B. Dostcr, R. \V. McBride, A. P. Micgal, G. E. 
McDonald, E. C. Merck, C. Q. Shore. 

Third Row: B. B. Fite, R. C. Wysong, B. F. Sowell. W. D. Holt, F. T. Thrasher, E. ,). Nix, C. E. 
Cosper, B. J. Lewis, A. E. Smith. 

Fourth Row: W. J. Moran, J. W. Thompson, O. C. Nickclson, J. S. Whitworth, H. C. Johnson, H. R. 
Johnson, W. R. McGrifl, W. H. Smith. 

Fifth Row: V. H. Hutchison, J. M. Cook, M. R. Shelton, L. B. Travis, R. W. Duncan, A. E. Crow, 
G. W. Home, J. L. Jessup. 

Sixth Row: W. D. Hughes, E. H. Pedrick, G. L. V.indiver, W. J. Hinson, W. E. Mundy, J. H. 
Matthews, S. T. Jones, K. R. Woods. 

Seventh Row: A. T. Ford, L. B. Chandler, R. E. Ash, J. T. Hurt, H. M. Moore, A. J. Wetherington, 
G. D. Gassett, B. J. Harris. 

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We See A Tank Demonstration 



Flame 1 hrowcr in Action 



SCENES FRDM SUMMER CAMP 

FORT BEIVXIIVG, G/\., 1950 






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A Ten Minute Break 



Expert Marksmen in the Making 




Fourth of July Guard Duty 



In the Pits 



"The Wheels" 
Capt. Wilson and Sgt. Askern 




Pvt. Snyder Reports for Guard Report 



The Sweetheart Dance 



MILITARY SCENES 




Pass in Review 



'Toon Leaders, Take Up the Drill Order! 




'C" Company Stacks Arms 



"B" Company Takes Arms 



'Freedom is not to limit but to share; 
and freedom here is freedom everywhere.** 






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Mrs. J. V. Hutchison 
Columbus, Georgia 
Sponwr for Editor 



Victor H. Hutchison 
Editor 



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Dr. Dorothy Brown Mr. H. H. Gilbert 

Advisors 

Editorial Business 



Phctc^Mpket^ 




Mrs. James M. Cook, Sr. 

Wrightsville, Georgia 
Business Mgr. Sponsor 




James M. Cook, Jr. 
Business Manager 



GEORGE PARTRIDGE, LARRY LANGFORD, and 
ELEANOR JONES were the talented staff members who did 
an excellent job. 



Without the knowledge, dependability, and hard work of 
EDWARD LEWIS and MAX SIMS this book would not have 
been possible. 




ClaUeA 

SHIRLEY ALIEN {As^t. Editor} always did a commend- 
able job on each cask that was assigned. HENRY HALL 
(Clan Editor), MARVIN LAWRENCE, and JEAN FOW- 
LER, solved the class layouts after many problems and 
expended ene.gy. JUANITA HARRIS and ELINOR VIN- 
TON put many hard hours in doing the senior class section. 

iHilitat^ and OtfanijathtU 

ALLAN FORD {Military Editor), CLIFFORD DAVIS, 
and BILL HOUK, were the first to finish their section. 
BROADUS SOWELL (Organizations Editor), WALTER 
MORAN, ELENA DELMONTE, after much confusion with 
sponsor pictures, rosters, and write-ups, came out with the 
largest section in the book. 

The enviable task of doing the beauty section and "Who's 
Who" fell to CAROLYN CLAY and ARTHUR BENNETT. 
These pages prove to be some of the most interesting. WIL- 
LIAM HUGHES selected the snapshots. 



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The fact that all sports are not played in the fall gave 
LUTHER TRAVIS many headaches but, with the assistance 
of HARRY JOHNSON and BILL PERRIN, he came out 
with a section representative of N. G. C. intercollegiate and 
intramural sports. CAROLYN CALLAWAY and' EDITH 
BUSH also made a good showing of co-ed sports. 



SuMm^^ ^ta^^ 



KENNETH COX, BETTY JO SCOTT, and GEORGE 
McDonald were the assistants to the business manager and 
through them this annual was made financially possible. This 
efficient staff set a new record in ad sales. 




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Ulen, Victor Hutchison, Dallas Clarke, Janet King, John Simms, Guy Amason, George Gowder, 
Joe Dobson, Luther Travis, Don Boggus, John Wilson, Ben McDonald, and Grady Carter. 




Chem-Ati-if Ciulf 



The Chemistry Club is composed of members who are Chemistry majors or minors. 
Programs are given at the meetings on the various phases of chemistry and professional 
fields open to a graduate chemist. During the year the club sponsors field trips to such 
nearby points of interest as the chemical laboratories and plants of Atlanta. Once a 
year a trip is arranged to include those freshmen and sophomores interested in chem- 
istry as a major. 



Shirley Allen 
Pnshhnt 



George Gowder 
Vice-President 







Mack Hill, Wesley Phillips, Shirley Allen, Ken Cox, Ernest Eberhardt, Ben Amick, Powell Lang, Olii 

Hasty, George Harris, Charles Redmond, Tom Williams, Isaac Roberts, James Gravitt, Preston Sessions 

Ben Drexler, Bill Culpepper, Charlie Newcomer, and William Ray. 



PhlfMa Cluit 



Three years ago the physics majors organized the PHYSICS CLUB with member- 
ship, for the most part, made up of junior and senior physics majors, but open to 
freshmen and sophomores who have elected to major in the field of physics. 

The club serves as a medium for the pursuit of individual interests and also to main- 
tain liaison with the rapid advances in the fields of theoretcial and applied physics. This 
is done through lectures, demonstrations, field trips, and various other programs of 
interest to the members. 




Mrs. Madeline A. Henderson 
S/jo//u>r 



Jack Anthony 



Thomas Williams 
Vicf-PrniJait 






Ken Cox 




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Martin Sibley, Janet King, VCalte 
Hutchison, Jack Oxford, Frank Pii 



Moran, Johann Manning, Carolyn Clay, Marty Akridge, Victor 
jack Thompson, Billy Smith, George Gowder, Bette Pierce, Grady 
larter, Bobby Lewis, Bill Tippins. 




Science Ciul^ 



The Science Club was the first club organized on the North Georgia College campus. 
It is an open membership club composed of biology majors, pre-professional students, 
and anyone interested in its activities. Programs are given on various phases of wildlife 
and conservation, vocations open to science majors, aspects of health, genetics and other 
similar topics of interest. The programs are frequently given by the students themselves 
as well as by outside speakers. Field trips are sponsored by the club to various places 
of scientific interest in the state. 



Janet King 


Carolyn Clay 


Bette Sue Pierce 


Martha Akridge 


Victor Hutchisoi 


President 


Vice-President 


Secretary 


Parliamentarian 


Proxram Chairma, 




Allen, Charlie Newcomer, Bobby McElro) 

William Ray, Clifford Snyder, Ben Dr. 



Culpepper, Puwelll Lang, Jim Hurt, 
der. 



Ra4h Ciulf 




The Radio Club is made up of those students interested in amateur radio. They are 
either amateurs or working toward their government Hcenses. Activities of the club 
include: field trips on which equipment is tested and experiments made, radio construc- 
tion, group study of the International Morse Code and radio theory, and lectures on 
technical subjects by different club members. 






Mrs. C. T. Hardace 
Spomor 



Harry B. Forester 
Advisor 







Dan Hardaci; 



ROBIRT Batis 
Viit-Pnsideiit 



Mack Calhoun 
Secretary 



Harry Johnson 
Treasurer 




yatc/i 



CLrrroRn Adam"; 




The YMCA Is a campus group which is recognized for Christian activity and 
service. The organization takes just pride in its community welfare work. Each 
year the YMCA cooperates with the YWCA in sponsoring the Religious Emphasis 
Week. These coordinated efforts of the YMCA and the YWCA make possible pro- 
grams and activities which contribute to the social, intellectual, and spiritual life of 
each NGC student. 



YMCA CABIIVET 



Robert Blasingame 





Carlyle Irby 



Bill Williams 








Evelyn Clay 
Sponsor 



C(K \c 1 CONN'LR 




Carolyn Cla 
President 






Dot deJarn'i 
Vuc-PrcsiJc„l 



Kdith Bush 



Peggy Smelley 
Treasurer 



ywc/i 



We unite in the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge 
of God. We determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. In this 
task we seek to understand Jesus and to follow Him. The YWCA, together with the 
YMCA, tries to maintain a well-rounded spiritual, educational, and recreational program. 
We sponsor a Religious Emphasis Week every year, and our Freshman Talent Night is 
a tradition. We have joint meetings every week, at which time we present outside 
speakers, faculty speakers, student forums, etc. 

YWCA C/IBIIVET 




Mary Shearouse 



ETTVE Jo Scott 



Ann Grant 



Carolyn Paradise 






Norma Porter 





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Bill Christopher, William Livcsy, Russel McBride, Sonny Hawkins. Yates Hall, Ed Nix, Marvin Doster 
Jack Yaw, Guerry Davis, Billy Mundy, Allen Gurlcy, Ralph Smith, Harry Johnson, Lamar Chapman 
William Hughes, Robert Briscndine, Horace Matthews, Juanita Harris, Elinor Vinton, Sabra Horton 
Jerry Wolfe, Jean Fowler, Gay Hannah, Jcftie Rogers, Jo Stevens, Jean Peters, Leroy Mansfield, David Sims 
Phelan Lowe, Jimmie Moore, Frank Mosley, Walter Meeks, Bill Perrin, Wheelar Davidson, Buzz McGrifl, 

Allen McLean. 




p/iifj. U Cid 



The purpose of the Physical Education Club is to promote interest 
and provide opportunities for further study in Physical Education. 
The organization is professional in nature and the programs which are 
presented by its members are recreational as well as informational. 

The Club's 3 5 members meet twice monthly and membership is 
extended to all individuals who are interested in Physical Education. 




HORACF. Matti 
President 



Juanita Harris 
Vice-PreuJeiit 




BURN C. Hawkins 
Treasurer 





Capp, Johnny Watkins, Wllllan 
ice Matthews, Seldon Brown, Jo 



Livesy, Alfred Holbrook, Charles Bartlett, RusscI McBride, Coach Russell, John Anthony, Jimmie Moore, 
Clements, Phelan Lowe, Ray Cooper, Junior Kannaday, Leroy Mansfield, Benjamin Pim, Henry Hall, 
Frank Mosley, Harold Jones, David Sims, Tom Fowler. 



XettetmaH'A Ciulf 



The Lettermen's Club is an organization of those students at North Georgia who 
have at any time earned an intercollegiate sport letter. Baseball, basketball, tennis, and 
rifle are considered to be conducted on an intercollegiate basis. Also qualifying as mem- 
bers are those students who have earned a letter in cheerleading, or who have gained 
sufficient points in intramural sports to have received a letter. 

It is the purpose of the Club, not only to promote goodwill and sportsmanship among 
all, but to provide an official organization and a medium of association for the letter- 
men of North Georgia College. It is the desire of the Club to sponsor a permanent 
athletic project for the year 1951-52, and also to hold a banquet; this is in addition 
to its nine regular meetings. 

It is to be considered that each member of the Lettermen's Club has at one time put 
forth extreme personal effort in behalf of the College activity which his or her letter 
symbol signifies. 




Mrs. Gloria Leon Capp 
S/)OMSor 





Frank Mosley 
Secretary-Treasurer 




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RosLYN Rogers 
Sponsor 




Jamls R. Clifton 
PnsiJct 




William H. Smith 
First Vice-President 




Maj. James A. Luttrlll 
AJtiscr 




George Mills 
Second Vice-President 







Edwin Kingerv 
'ivcretary-Treaslire} 



Joe Stephenson 
Sergeant -at- Arms 



Erwtn Merck 
Chaplain 



^ex ^fotefh/tif 



The Rex Fraternity, one of the traditional organizations of North Georgia College, 
was organized in 1917 and is the oldest fraternity now on the campus. Under the 
capable leadership of James R. Clifton, the Rex has enjoyed a very profitable year. 

The main objective of the Rex is to promote friendship and brotherhood among its 
members and the student body. Each quarter several social events are sponsored by the 
Rex, including trips to the lakes, informal dances and banquets. 

Members 



Marvin Doster 



Ross Holcomb 




John Holmes 



William Hughes 



Bill Livsev 



Joseph Kannaday 



Charles Parrish 



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Mrs. Frank Thrashlr 
Spot! so r 




Bobby Hewell 
Treasurer 



Hezekiah Heath 
Sgt. at Arms 




As a leading factor in the fraternal and social life of the school, the Sigma Theta Fraternity has 
reached its present status in sixteen years of prosperous growth. The chapter was founded at North 
Georgia College in 1934, having been brought here by two faculty members. 

The Sigma Theta cooperates with the other fraternal and social organizations on the campus to give 
the annual Pan-Hellenic dance each winter. The fraternity sponsors many informal dances, banquets and 
picnics for its members and the student body. 

With its present growth and interest the Sigma Theta Fraternity can be expected to show even more 
progress in its future activities. 

Members 




John Anthony 






George Brookshire 



Lamar Chapman 



Jimmy Cook 




Picnic At Washega 



Jack Zuker 

PledqE 



Members At Candlelight Dance 




Martain Siblhv 




Mrs. Frank Thrasher, 

Chicopee, Ga. 

Co-Spoiiwr 



JlMMV Co 
Member 




Miss Pat Brett 

Harriman, Tenn. 

Co-Sponaor 




Robert Duncan 
Member 



PaH-HelUhic CeuHcil 




The Pan-Hcllcnic Council is made up of three members from each of the fraternities. 
It is the function of this council to promote the smooth and close harmony between 
the Rex and Sigma Theta. 

The Council has as its social side one formal a year which is usually given in the 
winter quarter. The Council is ever striving to see that the fraternities give the student 
body a well-rounded social life. 






Lillian A. Johnston 



Barbara Ann Duncan 
President 



Bernice J. Harben 
Vice-President 



R. Charles Bartlett 
Sponsor 




Louise Hitch 
Secretary 





T. Beth Phillips 
Treasurer 



^ec Club CcuHcii 



M. Sue Sewell 
Reporter 



Miss Sara Bruce founded the Recreation Association of North Georgia College, better known as the Rec Club, in the 
fall of 1936. 

The purpose of the organization is to provide opportunities and promote interest in participation in wholesome recrea- 
tional activities. 

The membership is made up of four teams with the council governing the club under the direction of the Women's 
Director of Physical Education. A president, secretary, treasurer, reporter, four team captains and co-captains, make up 
the council. The team captains are responsible for the organization and proper functioning of their team. Every girl at- 
tending North Georgia College can be a member of the Rec Club, and she can decide which team to join. Each year 
tournaments are held in almost every sport. The point system is used and, at the end of the year, the team which has 
accumulated the most points is awarded a cup. The girls having fifteen hundred or more points are also awarded letters, 
sweaters, or stars. 

North Georgia's Rec Club tries in every way to carry out its motto: "An activity for every girl — a girl in every 
activity." 



Martha Ann Akridge 



Samille Willis 



Carolyn Calloway 



Peggy Ann Smelley 







Norma J. Porter 



Carolyn L. Jossers 



JuANiTA Harris 



Jeffie C. Rogers 







Sue Brooks 
Barbara Rankin 
Gay Scott 
Gloria Lively 
Peggy Watson 
Mary Honea 
Frances Swafford 



Mary Emma Benton 

Betty Fargason 

Mary Frances Gilbert 

Sue Rollins 

Ruth Westbrook 

Jean Peters 

June Malcom 



Dolores Martin 
Eleanor Jones 
Hazel White 
Laura Jean Elliot 
Hilda Smith 
Imogene Brown 
Annie Ruth Paris 



Rita Jarrard 
Ruth Stancil 
Helen Cannon 
Norma Porter 

ToNI ElDSON 

Joyce Pickens 
Jo Anne Parris 



Juanita Moss 
Carolyn Jowers 
Ruth Dorsett 
Annette Reid 
Louise Hitch 
Mary Ann Redd 




phi Om/cfOHJ 



Norma J. Porter 
Captain 



Robert S. Williams, Jr 
Sponsor 



Carolyn L. Jowers 
Co-Captain 






Shirley Allen 
Bena Burns 
Edith Bush 
Carolyn Callawa 
Linda Chapman 
jo Beth Coffee 
Guynell Collier 



Dixie Harden 
Marty Holbrook 
Dot deJarnette 
Jeanette deJarnette 
Mary Mason 
Jo Beth Meadows 
Margie Mitchell 



Kay Olsen 
Betty Ann Pinson 
Virginia Printz 
Mary Rearden 
Betty Rhodes 
RosLYN Rogers 
Dot Royster 



BUNNIE Rl 

Mary Ann Slappey 
Peggy Smelley 
Jo Stephens 
Betty Jo Tatum 
Ann Thompson 



Sarah 1 huksion 
Mary Eunice White 
Barbara Norrell 
Nicky Jackson 
Sarah Robertson 
Norma Jarrard 



tl/letcuteaHA 




Carolyn M. Callaway 
Captain 



J. Ronald Duncan 
Sponsor 



Peggy Ann Smelley 
Co-Capfain 






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Jean Arnold 


Anne Grant 


Smira Horton 


Ann Nix 


Mary Shearouse 


Carolyn Clay 


RuTHiE Glovlr 


Janet King 


Alice Quilliax 


Gwen Stevenson 


Edith Davis 


Pauline Gurley 


Marion Mathews 


Ann Richardson 


Eleanor Vinton 


Barbara Duncan 


Gay Hannah 


Susie Pirkle 


Jeffie Rogers 


Jean Watkins 


Jean Fowler 


Juanita Harris 


Joyce Penland 


Dot Sanders 


Jerry Wolfe 


Ann Frazer 


Ann Highsmith 


Betty- Palmer 


Betty Jo Scott 


Nancy Ward 


Marion Graham 












TtakliftaH^ 



Juanita Harris 
Captain 



NlSBET S. Kendrick 
Spoinor 



Jeffie C. Rogers 
Co-Captain 







Marty Akridge 

Jane Bailey 

Bet Bateman 

Peggv Brooks 

Jo Ann Burdette 

Elena Delmonte 

Martha Nell Dinsmore 

Sylvia Field 



Edna Fields 
Bernice Harden 
Yvonne Harris 
Donna Howard 
Mary Burr Jenkins 
Patsy Johnson 
Mary Lewis 



June Martin 
Jean Mullins 
Margaret Padgett 
Carolyn Paradise 
Beth Phillips 

TONI PiTTMAN 

Sara Ann Sewell 



Sue Sewell 

Betty Shearouse 

Mary Ann Leary Shelton 

Dot Short 

Betty Ann Smith 

Nancy Smith 

Lucy Thomas 



Jimmy Vandiver 
Kathryn Walraven 
Lois Wells 
Shirley >X''hitaker 
Mildred VC'hitmire 
Sammie Willis 
Ann Harmon 



Wfifi^liftaH^ 




Martha Ann Akridge 
Captain 



James H. Matthew 
Sponsor 



Samille Willis 
Co-Captain 








Miss VaNN ^HALhY 

Sponsor 



Major Roy Hiott 
Aihiser 




James R. Clifton 
President 



Joseph P. Surls 
Vicc-Pres,ih;it 



Joseph Kannaday, Jr. 
Treinurer 



George H. Mills 

Secretary 




Ogicef-yad 



The function of the Officers' Club at North Georgia College is to provide an agency for the gathering and dissemi- 
nation of information pertaining to the cadet corps as a whole. 

In its meetings, discussions are conducted and the various members are given opportunity to offer any such informa- 
tion that will benefit or further improve the efficiency of the battalion. 

In addition to offering criticism, the members receive information and orders from the departments of the Com- 
mandant and PMS&T. In regard to policies to be complied with by the cadets. 

For the social benefit of the college the Officers' Club sponsors a formal dance and it is co-sponsor of the annual 
Military Ball held each graduation. 



T-Iarry C. Johnson 



James M. Means 



A. Stephens 



Gilbert W. Pavlovsk\ 



JAMES M. Cook. 



Rice R. Holcomb 



James K. Cox 



John P. King 



Robert U'illiams 




Alex Stewart, Jr. 



Clayton E. ^X'est 



U'lLLiAM Smith 



Erwin C. Merck 



Allan T. Ford 




Clifford A. Davis 



Victor Hutchison 



Donald H. Threlkeld Farnest M. Eberhardt Frank T. Thrasher 




Charles Parrish 



Broadus F. SowtLL 



Edward Nix 




Lanur O\tord, John Watklns, Larry Langford, Burgess Fite, Yates Holwell, Jlmmie Hall, Slicrpard Phillips, Warner McClure, Royce Williams, Jack 
Oxturd, Walter Moran, Kenneth Woods, Grail Brookshirc, Thomas Rutherford, Leonard Chafin, James Barrow, Ralph Griffis, Bill Tippins, Wesley 
Phillips, William Craig, Jimmie Moore, Andreul Wetherington, Edward Puckett, Walter Meeks, David Sims, Jesse Yaden, Dan Patillo, Wheclar 
Davids,, 11, Lloyd Chandler, Fred Chester, Bobby Hcwell, Russel McBride, Charles Bartlett, Leroy Mansfield, Richard Wysong. Tunis Lang, Ralph 

Smith, Mack Calhoun, Sonny Hawkins, John Coleman. 




^et^eanU ' Clul^ 



Andreul Wetherington 
PresiJi-iil 



loBBY V. Harris 

Vice-PrvsiiU'iit 



Robert Blasingame 
Secretary 



Kenneth R. Woods 
Trcaslirfr 



Hezekiah K. Heath 
S,r!-,-aii/-ii/-Arms 



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The Sergeants' Club's primary aim is to seek, through the efforts of its members, ways 
toward the betterment of the Corps of Cadets. Along with the responsibility of each 
member of this organization in his own unit the combined aims of all the members 
stress continuous improvement of the battalion. As part of its activities the Sergeants' 
Club sponsors and presents social functions for the enjoyment and benefit of its mem- 
bers and the college. 



Phillip Wise, Jack Yaw, Layman Hattaway, George Gowder, Robert Duncan, Jack Anthony, Bobby Harris, Arthur Bennett, Albert French, Jack 

Zuker, Jack Thompson, Glenn Walls, Robert Bates, Henry Hall, Buzz McGriff, Preston Sessons, Jack Jessup, Burt Farguson, Martin Sibley, Gilmer 

Vandiver, William Holt, Harvey Thurmond, Jimmie Pierce, Paul Stringer, Bill Williams, Benjamin Pim, Vic Williams, Rex Shelton, Luther Travis, 

John Simms, Bill Brookshire, George McDonald, Richard Eaves, William Livsey, Hezekiah Heath, Jack Jessup, Robert Blasingame 





Jack Green, Charles Pritchett, Phelan Lowe, Olin Hasty, Thomas Jenkins, Allen McLean, Bud Greer, James Morton, Billy Ray, Lawton Moncrief, 

Berry Henderson, Bill Poor, Isaac Roberts, Thurmond Anderson, Frank Mosley, Pete Jensen, Allen Watts, Ranell Mathis, James Hlnson, John Shugart, 

James Matthews, Jules Trapagnier, Magnus Marrett, Bobby Lewis, Bill Christopher, Luke McLain, Tom Fowler, Ralph Whitley, Frank Findley, 

Beale Davis, Edward Abercrombie, Gilbert Ensley, Dallas Clark, Guerry Davis, Tom Ruark. 




CctppMU ' Clul^ 



The Corporals' Club of North Georgia College was organized on 
October 17, 1950. At this first meeting of the club, the officers for 
the ensuing year were elected. With approximately sixty members, 
the Corporals' Club has begun what proves to be a very successful 
year of service both to the college and to the individuals concerned. 




Guerry Davis, Jr. 
Prnidtnt 



Luke McClain 

Vice PresiJenI 



Thomas Ruark 

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Cort>oral-at Arms 




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Saxophones: 


Bass: 


Ken Cox 


Martin Sib 


Walter McGahee 




William Culpepper 


Drums: 


Jimmy Hogue 


Bud Ash 


Piaiw: 




Bill Williams 





Trumpet: 
Jimmy Cook 
James Pierce 

Trombone: 
Dick Eaves 
Pat Malcom 



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"The Generals" furnish music for various social functions at North Georgia College, 
as well as for dances throughout the state. Its members are selected competitively from 
the student body. It is directed by one of its members. "The Generals" offers excellent 
training for those interested in professional orchestra careers. 



Mrs. Theodore Cox 
Sponsor 






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Dixie Harbin, Mary Redd, Peggy Watson, Kay Olsen, Je 

wen, Wetona Eidson, Betty Fargason. Alltn: Mary 

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Sdtiranm: Bettye Scott, Edith Bush, Jo Meadows, Jeanette dejarnette, Mary Hon 
Jo Ann Burdette, Suzanna Pirkle, Marion Matthews, Anne Richardson, Carol, 

Annette Pittman, Ruth Dorsett, Donna Howard, Gay Hannah, Nickie Jackson, Betty Shearouse, Jo Stevens, Nor 
Don Boggus, Webby Coffey, Edwin Kingery, Kenneth Cox, Jimmy Cook, Robert Biasingame, Albert Powell, Tom Haral 
mon Hattaway. Basui: Clifford Adams, Luther Travis, Walter Moran, Jimmy Hall, Dyer Edwards, Henry Hall, Bobby Clark, H 
Arthur Rennt-n. William Culpepper, Martin Siblev, Roy Roberts, Theo Rumble, William Neal, Jim Hurt, Bert Fargason. Josiah 

:e Wellborn, John Jacobs. 



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The Glee Club works up during the year several sacred and secular 
programs. These include usually a program of Christmas music, a con- 
cert of sacred music, and a program of secular music. 

The main program is the sacred concert with which the Glee Club 
travels extensively over the state, thereby serving to acquaint the state 
with North Georgia College in a very directly inspirational manner. 
The music performed ranges from the great oratories of Handel and 
Mendelssohn, "The Messiah" and "Elijah" to the melodiously plaintive 
spirituals of the Negro. The annual concert itinerary includes usually 
one or two radio broadcasts. 

W. Desmond Booth 
Director 





Members: Bettye Jo Scott, Martha Ann Akridge, Kay Olson, Mary Ann Slappey, Yvonne Harris, Lucy Thomas, Louise Hitch, Francis Swaffon, 
Janette dejarnette, Jo Stephens, Mary Ann Rearden, Dixie Harbin, Elinor Jones, Jane Adams, Shirley Allen, Mary Shelton, Ruth Dorsett, Bill Brook- 
shire, Jimmy Cook, Bill Reins, Don Boggus, Tunis Lang, John Williams, Dyer Edwards. 



hfamatic Clul^ 



Last year the Dramatic Club presented several very interesting plays. The biggest 
success of the year was the presentation of "Arsenic and Old Lace" which was en- 
thusiastically received. 

This year the plays will consist of two one-act plays and two three-act plays, the 
main presentation being "When Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." 




Miss Alice Logan 

Ellijay, Ga. 

Spoinor 




George W. Brookshire 

Prcmlct 




Don Boggus 

Vice-President 




Mary Ann Shelton 
Secretary 'Treasurer 







Garland Seals 

Preiidcnt 

Senior Sciialor 



Mr. W. E. Clark 
AJiiwr 



^ctenMc Senate 




Awards 



After a period of competitive training by debating in intercollegiate com- 
petition, the Forensic Senate entered the Grand National Tournament, at 
Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Va., and placed well in the upper 
third. Later in the season, the debate teams hit their stride and, without losmg 
a debate, placed second in the Smoky Mountain Tournament, at the Uni- 
versity of Tennessee. The Forensic Senate swept the Georgia Intercollegiate 
Tournament at Emory University, without a loss, and its affirmative and nega- 
tive teams met in the final rounds to give North Georgia College the cham- 
pionship. 

Throughout the year, the Senate maintained a remarkable record by winning 
approximately seventy-five per cent of its intercollegiate debates with colleges 
and universities throughout the debate tours during the year. 

The Senate is proud of the record it has established through the years, and 
zealously works to maintain that record. 



NOT SHOWN: ROBERT PARKER 




Clifford Davis 
Vice-President 
Senior Senator 






Jimmy Stiphe 
Secretary~Tr< 
Senior Sena/or 



Broadus Sowell 

Chaplain 

Senior Senator 



Buck Yaden 

Sergeanf-at-Arms 

Probationary Member 






Bill Brookshire 
Probafiouary Membc 



Don Boggus 
Probationary Member 



Clifford Adams 
probationary Membc 




Dr. Harry B. Forestlr 
Faculty Advisor 





Grace Connor 

Dahlonega, Ga. 

Sponsor 



SajttiM ^tuifeht Vnhn 



Baptist Student Union attempts to coordinate the Baptist activities on the campus 
and serve as the hnk between the campus and the local church. Students automatically 
become members of BSU when they join the local church, Sunday School, or Training 
Union. BSU sponsors special programs, socials, deputations, study courses, and supports 
mission work. In this way, BSU strives to enrich the life of the student and further the 
belief that "Christ is the Answer." 




Exerutive Council 












Shirley Allen 


Clifford Adams 


Virginia Printz 


Sarah Robertson 


Edith Bush 


PrciiJcii/ 


Enlistwent V.-Pn-y. 


Sochi V.-Pres. 


Dciotioual V.-Pres. 


Secretary 




LLY U'OOD 


Janet King 


Dyer Edwards 


Jane Adams 


Sara Thursto 


Treasurer 


Deputations Chairman 


Music Director 


Pianist 


Publicity Chairn 




Victor Hutchison 
Editor BSU Paper 




Louise Todd 
Co-Ed., BSU Papc 




Roy Roberts 
BTU Representative 




Mack Hill 
Sunday School Rep. 




Mary Anne Redd 
Trip Manager 




1(/eJttn/hUtef ^eliptc^hiji 



Mrs. 


I, L. Brisendine 






Me 


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S/ioHsor 


Edith Davis 


Barbara Duncan 


Charles Bartlett S 1 


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William Tate 


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Dr. S. M. Huntley 


James Robertson B ■ 


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Frank Calhoun 


Charles James 


Herbert Hopper ■ I 


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Robert S. Brisendine 
President 





arbara Duncan 
Secretary 



Charles Bartlett 
Treasurer 






We^eif %uH<l(athH 



Wesley Foundation is an organization of the Methodist Church that attempts to 
minister to the total religious life of students on a college campus. It has been the policy 
of Wesley Foundation to center its program in a Methodist Church nearest the campus. 
The programs, which have been developed out of the needs of student life, seeks through 
organized fellowship to provide for the spiritual, moral, and social needs of students. 
It is our hope that these programs will train students in churchmanship and develop 
their personal religious life. 




Mrs. Williams 
Sponsor 




Jack Jessup 


Jim Means 


Clifford 


Davis 


Ann 


Thompson 


Leon Cap 


Vice-PrciiJciit 


Sccrcfary 


Tieaiu 


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,imi;,/aria,: 


Reporter 




Mutate SuMmAA Xea^et^ ' Ciul^ 

The Future Business Leaders' Club of North Georgia College was organized in the 
Spring of 1949. It was instituted due to the fact that a need was felt by the Junior 
and Senior students of Business Administration and Secretarial Science for an official 
organization which would be in a position to present certain aspects of the business 
world, which existed outside the classroom. 

The club meetings, held the first Monday of each month throughout the regular school 
year, also serve as a gathering for those students, who, in the near future, will be 
associated in the world of business. Programs at these meetings ordinarily include as 
speakers, business executives from Atlanta or Gainesville and other cities throughout 
North Georgia. 

It is the aim of the club to undertake to complete a project related to business 
which would remain in the Business Administration Department for use by future 
students and others who might profit by its utility. A banquet is also presented for 
the benefit of club members. 

The Future Business Leaders' Club has grown since its beginning in 1949 with a 
membership of 2 5, to its present size of some 50 members. 



















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Mrs. E. C. Graha 
Spotisor 




Bettv Sue Pierce 
Sccie/ary 



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Morning 



During the Week 






Co-Eds Go To Class . . . Sometimes 









Studying 



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Spring Picnic 




Ann H.irmon, |oyce Rhodes, San Robertson, Guerry Davis, Ralph- Smith, Martin Sibley, Annette Pittman, Dorothy Sanders, Lamar Chapman, Beth 
Phillips, Ella Mae Duvall, Dot dejarnette, Eugene Rex, Russell McBride, Bobby Lewis, Bette Sue Pierce, Dr. Orby Southard. 

^utute Teacher^ ' Oi-fonijathn 




The chief purposes of the John C. Sirmons Ch,ipter of Future Teachers of America 
are to enable students at North Georgia College who are interested in becoming teachers 
to more fully understand the professional aspects of teaching, and to develop those 
qualities of leadership that will result in active participation in professional organizations 
after graduation. 

Efforts are made to develop ethical ideals and to enrich the social life of members; 
to contribute to the development of all students; and to foster education at the com- 
munity, state, national, and international levels. 




Jetty Sui: Pii rcl 
Presiiifiit 




Russell McBrid 
Vuc-Prciident 



Dorothy DEjARNOTTr 
Secretary 



Eugene Rex 
Treasurer 



Miis, K. W. Pi 



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Dallas Clark, Jimmy Cook, Burt Fargason, James Stewart. Kenneth Cox, Richard Eaves, William Williams, Jack Anthony, James Pierce, Robert 

McLeroy, Martin Sibley. 



Camei-a Clul^ 



The Camera Club of North Georgia College is composed of all students interested in 
all phases of photography. The club has at its disposal a large darkroom outfitted by the 
college. Projects carried out include instruction given in use of cameras and equipment, 
developing, printing, and enlarging. The club also furnishes pictures each year for 
the Cyclops. 








Ed Lewis 
Vice-President 



Burgess Fite 
Secretary-Treasurer 



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Mrs. S. W. Rhodes 
Sponsor 




Mary Shiarouse 
Vicc-PrcsiiU-llt 





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3YCE Rhodes 





RuTHiE Glover 
Treasurer 



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Harvest Queen Festival 



Table Decorations 
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Could These Be Members of Our Faculty? 
101 









'Whether in chains or in laurels, 
liberty knows nothing but victories." 




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We won some and lost some in baseball. 
We're proud of our Kadets on the diamond. 




Front row, left to right: Manager Isaac Roberts, Ray Cooper, Jack Ant 
hony, "Lip" Livesy, Ed Coleman, Donald Clements, Bill "Rip" Sewell, 

Seldon Brown, Al Holbroo 
k, Manager Jimmy Moore. 

Back row, left to right: Manager Bobby Lewis; Wilburn Hawkins, Whee 
ler Davidson, Ed Garrett, Forest Spencer, Coach Russell, George Donaldson, 
Owen Harris, Billy Ivey, Arthur Hogarth, Tom 
Fowler, Carlton Gunter, Manager Tom Clark. 



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HERE'S WHAT WE DID IN '5 

. 12 Clarksville Trade School ... 5 

. 9 Clarksville Trade School .14 

. 3 Georgia Teachers' College .4 

. 2 Georgia Teachers' College ... 3 

. 4 Piedmont 7 

. 12 Western Carolina 6 

. 25 Fort McPherson 4 

. 4 Piedmont 6 

. 4 New Holland Mills 

. 14 Oglethorpe 

. 17 Fort McPherson 3 

. 3 New Holland Mills 1 

. 1 5 Oglethorpe 3 

. 5 Piedmont 3 

. 6 Western Carolina 

. 1 Erskine 4 

. 10 Georgia Teachers' College ... 6 

. 6 Georgia Teachers' College ... 

. 6 Erskine 10 

. 5 Piedmont 4 





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and No. 1 Hurler 



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lets one ride 



Right — 
Capp prepares 
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First row, left: Mansfield, Spencer, Mosley, Lowe, Wise, King, Ward, Brown. Back 

row, right: Gurley, Burt, Moore, Dempsey, Coach Jack Russell, Nichols, Bartlett, 

Hulsey, Lewis, manager. 






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Mosley helps wallop Citadel. 




Harry prepares to shoot free throw. 



Bartlett helps Sgts. beat Cpls. 



INTRAMURAL SPORTS AT N. G. C. 

A major outlet for the keen competition that exists between the miUtary companies 
is the intramtiral sports program. Football, basketball, volleyball, tennis, track and field, 
ping pong, boxing and sof tGall are enthusiastically received by the cadets and the exist- 
ing program has as its objective the development of good sportsmanship and the building 
of healthier bodies. The athletic trophy is awarded each year to the military company 
that has accumulated the greatest number of i>oints, and the winning of this trophy 
partly determines the honor company of the year. Individuals are rewarded for personal 
efforts by the presentation of sweaters and emblems at the end of the year. The Physical 
Education Department does a creditable job in furnishing coaches and officials, as well 
as hours of planning and directing, for the intramural sports program. 





"D" scores on Band. 



Kingery gets off the floor? 



Vat^itif ^i^ie yeatnA 




Warden (Coach), 
June Ma 



anette dejarnecte, Shirley 
n, Mary Ann Redd, Barbar 



Peggy Brooks, Miss Johns' 
in, Martha Ann Akridge. 



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Cpt. McCabe, King, R. ^X'illlams, J. Matthews, Whitehead, Morree, Ponder, Barrow, Brookshire, W. L. 

Williams, Rex, Vandiver, H. Matthews, Hall, Houk, Blasingame, Jensen, Heath, Hawk, Watkins, Oxford, 

Pedrick, Lewis, Simonton, Cha6n. 





Intramural Football Champs. 



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Hewell nips one for "C". 




ALL STAR Backfield: Christopher, QB; 
Holbrook, RH; Davidson, FB; Livsey, LH. 





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NGC's ALL STAR TEAM 

Amos, RE; Williams, RT; Doster, RG; Davis, C; Duncan, LG; 
Watts, LT; Kingery, LT; Lowe, LE; Christopher, QB; Hol- 
brook, RH; Davidson, FB; Livsey, LH. 



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They gave "A" two hard fought battles. 



Holbrook goes down under a host of tacklers. 




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Our football officials: Coach Jack Russell, Harry Johnson, 
Major Luttrell, Mr. Williams, Lt. Hause. 



All Star Team elected by the intramural players: Line: Lowe, 

Williams, Doster, Davis, Duncan, Greer, Heweli. Backfield: 

Holbrook, Cosper, Christopher, Duncan, Livsey. 




Company "C" 
Tied "B" for second place. 



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Last but not least in spirit. 



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Teaqunates watch as Christopher cruises 
around end. 



Davidson looks for target during 
All Star game. 





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i>/< to right: Bobby North, Bobby Royal, Ross Holcombe, Lloyd Chandler, Grady Carder, Frank Pim, 

Bill Tippins, Mr. Williams. 



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Pim shows form of his serve. 



Cheei'iea4ei'^ 




Lucy Thomas, Captain of 
Cheerleaders. 



JUjA/ /• Uft: T«B1 Haralson, Nancy Smith, June Martin, Jeffie Rogers, Yvonne Harris, Jo Stephens, 
Lucy Thomas, Gay Scott, June Malcom, Robert Brisendine. 







What, form? 



Looks good, but can they hit the target? 



Ten coming up. 



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'Let our object be our country, our whole country. 
And may that country become a vast and splen- 
did monument of. wisdom, peace, and liberty." 



9fw Bill 

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Presenting: 



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Cyclops Queen for 1951 



"Bunny" reigns Queen of the 1951 CYCLOPS, the first co-ed to be named as such in the history of the yearbook. 

The blue eyed sophomore from Bellton was elected by a popular vote of the entire student body, proving her loveli- 
ness and popularity. She is majoring ia home economics and is a member of the Home Ec Club, the Mercureans, and a 
1950 CYCLOPS beauty. Vital statistics: light brown hair, blue eyes, height 5 ft. I'/z in., weight 106 lbs. 

Lovelies elected to the Beauty Court by popular vote were Delores Martin, Betty Shearouse, Sammy Willis, Mary 
Shearouse, and Nicky Jackson. 






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Front row: Erwin Merck, Janet King, Shirley Allen, Annette Pittman, Seldon Brown. 
Back row: Harry Johnson, Dan Hardage, James Clifton, Leon Capp, Joe Surls. 



Mp'j Mo jfn /ImericaH 



Pictured above are the students from North Georgia College who were selected for 
"Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." 

The students who are recognized in "Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges" represent over 600 colleges and universities. They are nominated 
by their respective schools on the basis of: scholarship, cooperation and leadership in 
academic and extracurricular activities, citizenship and service to the school, promise 
of future usefulness to business and society. 

Each student accepted by the organization is awarded a certificate of recognition. In 
addition "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" conducts 
a placement service for the convenience of its members when they graduate or in future 
years. This service is very helpful in helping the students selected find better positions 
in the business world. 



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Each Fall Quarter the Home Economics Club sponsors the Harvest 
Festival Dance, highlighted by the presentation of the Harvest Queen 
and her court. Each company and fraternity sponsor a candidate and 
a popular vote determines the lucky girl. Miss Mary Mason, sponsored 
by "D" Company, was crowned at the festivities in October. Mem- 
bers of the Harvest Court were Miss Dolores Martin ("C" Com- 
pany), Miss Mary Ann Slappey ("B" Company), Miss Samille Willis 
("A" Company), Miss Mary Shearouse (Sigma Theta), Miss Betty 
Shearouse (Band), and Miss Roslyn Rogers (Rex). 



During the dance. 




1. Lovers. 

2. More lovers. 

3. Still more. 

4. These too! 



J. Posed by professional models. 

6. Do you understand that.' 

7. Pass in review. 

8. Perfect way to travel! 



9. You don't say! 

10. CYCLOPS Queen? 

11. Come on, put 'er over! 

12. She's shy. 




1. Rex initiation. 

2. She'll never do that again! 

3. After a hard day. 

4. Holes. 

5. Jane and Dyer. 



6. Joanne and Teddy. 

7. Betty S. leads the parade. 

8. On Sigma Theta picnic. 

9. Cheer up, Rats! 

10. The ole swimmin' hole. 



11. "Guard Report Blues." 

12. A co-ed's room? 

13. Waking up the dead! 

14. jTiAiop apisd^ 




1. Close that door! 

2. Book worms. 

3. Music please. 

4. Big Chief D. D. 



J. Man of the day^ 

6. Show girls. 

7. Hay? Ride. 

8. Terrible trio. 



9. Road guard. 

10. Joyful Joyce and Team. 

11. Whee-e-e-e! 

12. El Mac. 



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1. Ship wrecked. J. 

2. "Arturo", Hola. 6. 

3. Music lovers. 7. 

4. Floating period at Griff's. 8. 



Cramming. 

Korea bound grads. 

What's up? 

9:00 o'clock break. 



9. By the 15 J. 

10. Little men. 

11. The three Monkeys. 




1. Davenport catches "booze" runner. 

2. Whusky going to waste. 

3. Carolers get candy. 

4. Hey Cadets! 

5. Before Rat Court. 



6. Talent night. 

7. Gold bricking. 

8. Lloyd lobs it back. 

9. The horrible Court of Rats. 

10. Prize winning design. 



11. Fashion Show. 

12. Saturday night. 
Military Ball. 



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1. Sigma Theta F 

2. Ice Storm 

3. Puzzled Freshn 

4. Waste Paper 

5. Brr-r-r-r-r 



6. Fresh eggs 

7. Guynclle the Gho 

8. Awful Adams 

9. Gun moll Mary 

10. Pretty shoes 

11. Dont cry Betty 



12. Innocent 

13. Nicky and — 

14. Boy friend Merck 

15. Hmm-m-m-m. 

16. It's my lazy day 



To all those who have made any contribution, whether large or 
small, toward the publication of this annual, go our thanks and 
appreciation. 

Our thanks especially go to the staff and faculty members who 
have given up many hours of their time in order to make this 
edition possible. By no means is this a perfect yearbook, but we 
do hope that we have accomplished our plan and that you will 
place the value upon this book that we intended to create. 

— The Editors 



^American industry has been a chief factor in the 
defense, as well as, the prestige of the country.'' 



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FOR 



Sandwiches — Sodas — School Supplies 



Toiletries — Tobaccos 



A Friendly Game of Pool 



Mefe the £eJt Jfj filu^ai^^ ^cl4 



R. A. Griffin, Jr., Proprietor 




DRUGS * SODAS * SUNDRIES 

Dahlonega Pharmacy 

"Just As Your Doctor Ordered" 
PHONE ISO 

SEALTEST ICE CREAM - YOUR WALGREEN AGENCY 



ON THE SQUARE 
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Comp ilmentd 



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OF THE STUDENTS' FAVORITE HANGOUT 

THE NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 

STUDEIVT EXCHAI\GE 
"THE CA]\TEEI>r" 

AN EXCELLENT STAFF OF STUDENTS 




The Center of the Campus 

^upptie^ ^ot tfout Qettf Heeaf 

Your Patroiiay,i' Makes This Coiii't'iiieiice Possible 

JACK ROBERTS, Manager 
DAHLONEGA GEORGIA 



DAHLONEGA RECREATIOIV CEl^TER 

Chink and Bob Edwards 

Your Favorite Place to Eat and Play 
Billiards 

We are now serving Frosted Malt 

Where N. G. C. Students Are Always Welcome 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 



AUTOMATIC GAS COMPANY 

OF GAINESVILLE 

Cooking — Heating — Water Heating — Refrigeration 

Complete Service with Butane and Propane Gas 

115 North Main Street • p. o. Box 485 

Phones 1641 and 1928 
Gainesville Georgia 



Complhnents of 



WOODY'S BARBER SHOP 



"Hair Cuts of Distinction" 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 



Compliments of 




Sharon Jewelry 


Co. 


Watch Repairs 




Dahlonega 


Georgia 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

FALCO]\ 
SPORTSWEAR CO. 

MANUFACTURERS 

OF 

MENS DRESS SLACKS 



Wrightsville 



Georgia 



J. C. PEIVI^Y 


COMPAIW 


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"ff'liere Savings Are Greatest" 


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Gainesville Georgia 



PEERLESS 


LAUIVDRY 


ALL WORK GUARANTEED 


We Strive 


to Satisfy 


Commerce 


Georgia 



Courtesy — Efficiency — Dependable Service 



THE 



R AIVK OF D AHLONEG A 



"A Bank Yoii Can Bank On" 



Member F.D.LC 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 



Dixie Hunt Hotel 

Gainesville, Georgia 

Modern 

Good Meals 



Pilgriiii-Estes 
Furniture Co. 

Complete Home Furnishers 

Philco and RCA Television and Radio Sets 

Frigidaire Home Freezers 

Frigidaires Electric Ranges 

Gainesville Georgia 



The Dahlonega Bfugget 

QUALITY JOB PRINTING 

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Dahlonega Georgia 



Compliments of 

Jacobs Motor Company 

Cadillac and Oldsmobile Sales and Service 

540 East Broad St. Phone 147 

Gainesville, Georgia 



Gainesville Jewelers 


Lenox China - - - 


Kirk Sterling 


Gainesville Georgia 



Jimmie Haynes Motors 

Chrysler-Plymouth 

318 E. Broad Street 

Gainesville, Georgia 



Compliments of 



The Book Shop 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



George Moore Ice 
Cream Company, Inc. 

54-56 Alabama St., S.W. 



Atlanta 



Georgia 



Hotpoint and International Harvester 

Appliances 

Radio Repairs — Sales — Service 

GE and RCA Radio and Television 

White Music Company 

129 N. Bradford St. Telephone 936 

Gainesville, Georgia 



Compliments of 



Henry Grady Hotel 



L. O. MOSELEY, Vice P res. -Manager 



N. G. C. "Standard" Ring available for any 

Graduation Year 

H. S. Canfield 
1560 No. Decatiu Rd., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 

OFFICIAL JEWELER 

Herf f-Jones Co. 

Medals — Trophies — Invitations 



iNsiGNiAS — Uniforms 
Shoes — ■ Boots — Jackets 

"// will be a Pleasure to Serve You" 

Atlanta 
Army & IVavy Store 

64 Alabama St., at Pryor St. 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Pick up the bag with the 
little Red Truck on the 
label. Always crisp and 
tasty! They are guaran- 
teed to be fresh! 



GORDON'S 

fme^ POTATO CHIPS! 




Distributed by 

Charles S. Martin 
Distributing Co. 

ATLANTA 
See your local dealer, there is one near you, 
a good man to know. 



Eat at 




Collegiate 


Grill 


jor 




Quality Food and Greatest Economy 


Gainesville 


Georgia 




Compliments of 




Piedmont Hrug Co. 


Excellent Drug Department 


and Soda 


Fountain 




Gainesville 


Georglv 





Compliments of 






HOLLY THEATRE 






GOOD PICTURES 






Reasonable Prices 






N.G.C. Students Always Welcome 




Dahlonega 




Georgia 





ROBERT 


M. 


MOORE 






Successor to Jo) 


in H. 


Moore 


& Son 




A COMPLETE LINE OF 


GENERAL 


MERCHANDISE 






^ 










Friend of All North Georgia 


Students 




Dahlonega 










Georgia 



LIPSCOMB DRUG COMPANY 




"Everything a Good Drug Store Carries" 




"On the Square" 




Dahlonega 


Georgia 



BEST WISHES 






FROM 






THE JEFFERSON MILLS, 


INC. 




• 






Jefferson and Crawford 




Georgia 



C o 111 p I i in e II f s 
of 

FRED JONES 

CHEVROLET CARS AND TRUCKS 

"Quick Repair Service" 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 



Compliments of 

DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA 

TRAILWAYS 

MRS. FRED JONES 

Leaves Dahlonega for Atlanta — 7:30 A.M. and 3:00 P.M. 
Leaves Dahlonega for Gainesville — 9:30 A.M. and 1:30 P.M. 

Leaves Atlanta for Dahlonega — 8:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M. 
Leaves Gainesville for Dahlonega — 12:30 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



For Better Living 

See 

CITY ICE COMPANY 

401 S. Main St. 

FOZEN FOODS, ICE and COAL 

• 

Kelvinator and Maytag 

Appliances 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



WEST DRY CLEANERS 

QUALITY DRY CLEANING 
PROFESSIONAL ALTERING 

Pick Up and Deliver 

See Our Student Agents 
Dahlonega Georgia 



Coiiipliiiiciifs of 
GEM JEWELRY COMPANY 

"Where Satisfaction Costs So Little" 

INTERNATIONAL SILVER — KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS 

Nationally Advertised Watches 

On Spring Street Side of Square — Gainesville, Georgia 

113 N. Sage Street — Toccoa, Georgia 

Opposite Post Office — Gumming, Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

AUTO-MAT 
LAUNDRY 

"Economy at Its Best" 
Dahlonega Georgia 



Palmer Service Station 

PURE PEP and TIOLENE OILS 

Washing and Lubricating 

Tires and Accessories 

Taxi Service 

Phone 10 

Dahlonega Georgia 





CHAMBERS 


LUMBER 


COMPANY 








BUILDING 


SUPPLIES — 


MILLWORK 






Telephone 


602 




1125 S. 


Main 


St. 




Gai 


NESviLLE, Georgia 







Ideal Cleaners & Laundry 

Dry Cleaning — Tailoring 
Hat Blocking — Pressing 
Expert Craftsmen 

331 Northside Dr. Phone 1190 

Gainesville, Georgia 



A 0reat J^ame in Clot king 




"SUITS THE SOUTH' 



(Before) 

This Dormitory 

Completely Remodeled 

for 

NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 





(After) 



B. O. THURSTON 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 

1116 N. Main St. 
Phone 106 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



C 111 pi i 111 cuts 
of 



PACDLET 



MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



NEW HOLLAND GAINESVILLE 

GEORGIA 







Compliments 








of 




J. 


D. 


JEWELL 


INC. 


Gainesville 




Georgia 



Congratulations 

and 

Best Wishes 

to the 

STUDENT BODY 

of 

NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 

ROY P. OTWELL 

Gumming Georgia 





Best Wishes 






from 






THE HUB 




FINE 


CLOTHES AND 


SHOES 


Gainesville 


Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

DAVIS-WASHINGTON 
COMPANY 

EVERYTHING FOR BUILDING 

Phone 196 

Gainesville Georgia 




GEORGE 


W. MOORE 


& 


SONS 




COAL 


AND COKE 




Phone 525 




Gainesville 




Georgia 





Compliments 






of 




FRIERSON-McEVER 


CO. 


QUALITY 


APPAREL FOR 


MEN 


Gainesville 




Georgia 



Best Wishes 
from 

MAYFLOWER CAFE 

GOOD FOODS 

Open Day and Night 

for 

Your Convenience 

"Where YoNr Business Is Appreciated" 

Gainesville Georgia 





Besf Wishes 






from 






LEDFORD'S PHARMACY 






"This Is Your Sfore — We Conduct It" 






Drug and Fountain Service 






Phone 42 




Gainesville 




Georgia 



POTATO CHIPS — FRITOS 

and other 

TASTY FOODS 



JLaus 



Be 


/ Vishes 
from 




GAINESVILLE 


VENETIAN 
and 


BLIND 


PAINT 


COMPANY 





Compliments 
of 

A FRIEND 



Compliments 

of 

QUEEN CITY POULTRY COMPANY 

CHICKS— FEED SUPPLIES 

11" Railroad Ave. 

Gainesville Georgia 





Best 


Wishes 






Class 


of •51 




PROSSER 


MOTOR COMPANY 


DESOTO - 


PLYMOUTH 




Gainesville 






Georgia 





Best 


Wishes 
to 






CLASS OF 51 




GAINESVILLE 


MACHINE CO. 


QUALITi- 


Metal Work and 


Welding 


Gainesville 






Georgia 





Deepest 


Appreciation 








from 






NORTH 


GEORGIA 


SHOE 


SHOP 


Dahlonega 








Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

LEWIS SALES CO. 

248 Spring St., N. W. 



Best Wishes 
from 

GAINESVILLE LINCOLN-MERCURY 



Compliments 
of 

GAINESVILLE PURE MILK CO. 



GALLANT-BELK COMPANY 




Gainesville's Largest 




and 




Best Department Store 




Gainesville 


Georgia 



TRY . . 


CRANE CLEANERS 

for 
Economy and Expert Workmanship 




Dahlonega 




Georgia 



The Students Prefer .... 




^y4iAvit dSettus 




BREAD AND CAKES 




SMALL & ESTES BAKERY 




Gainesville 


Georgia 



YOU CAN PUT YOUR 
CONFIDENCE 

IN 



GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 

W. D. ALEXAl^DER CO. 

Atlanta, Georgia 



Besf Wishes 
from 

CHICOPEE 

MANUFACTURING CORPORATION 
OF GEORGIA 

Chicopee Georgia 





IT PAYS TO 




Shop 


ROSE'S 


First 


Gainesville 


Georgia 



WHEN IN GAINESVILLE 
EAT AT 

BISHOP'S 

"The House of Fine Food" 



COMPLIMENTS 




OF 




WALL JEWELERS 




Headquarters for the Finest in 




SILVER - WATCHES - DIAMONDS 




"Visit Our Gift Shop" 




GAINESVILLE 


GEORGIA 





Compllm.-Hls «/ 




RED 


APPLE SUPER 


MARKET 


DAHLONEGA 


CiEORGIA 



Best Wishes from 

W. L. PALMER 

CHRYSLER — PLYMOUTH 
DAHLONEGA GEORGIA 



J. H. PHILIPS 

Groceries - Meats - School Supplies 

• 

Phone 29 

Dahlonega Georgia 



GAIIVESVILLE IRO]\ 
WORKS 

Established 1889 

Gray Iron, Brass, Alumiunm Castings 

Industrial Supplies 

Phone 261 



GAINESVILLE 



GEORGIA 



GOOD 






FOOD 






/ 


OK 


^^"•^lEASE 
GU E S\ 


D 
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joHNSexton&co. 

CHICtCO — lONC ISLAND CUT — rHIKDILFHIlk 
DtllAS— AlltNT*— nilSiUtCH— 0£TiaiI— lOSTON 



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Come to Sunday 
School 



Attend our Young 
People's Services 

WORSHIP GOD iriTH US 




Your churches Are 
Your Greatest Heritage 

The Future Rests on the Youth of Today. 

What You Are To Be You Are Becoming. 

The Church Can Help You Be Your Best Self. 

Space Contributed by: 

Dahlonega Baptist Church Rev. A. J. Johnson, Pastor 

Dahlonega Methodist Church - - Rev. Charles Williams, Pastor 
Dahlonega Presbyterian Church — Rev. C. L. Mofifatt, Pastor 



Best icishes to Class of '51 



from 



PETTIBOXE BROS. MFG. CO. 



UNIFORMS 



628 SYCAMORE ST. 
CINCINNATI, OHIO 

LODGE REGALIA 



FLAGS 



Corky Moore Billy Moore 
FORD HARDWARE 

Coinplinients 
of 

HEI\RV W. MOORE 



To 

the Advertisers 

ivithout iv/iose cooperation 

there could have been no 

1951 
CYCLOPS 

{JO the thanks 

and the 

appreciation of 

the 

Annual Staff 





COURTXAY 


'S 






JEWELERS 








Diamo/i 


tls - Jt^atches - 
Glassware 


CI 


ina 


Ga 


NESVILLE 






Georgia 



Best Irishes 
fro til 

J. M. COOK 

"Furniture of llit/hest Quality" 
Radios - Electrical Appliances 



Phone 67 



Wrightsville 



Georgia 



WHEN IN DAHLONEGA VISIT . . . 

THE SMITH HOUSE 

"Jf'here the Rooms are as Nice as the Aleals are Good" 
W. B. FRY, Oivner 





FOR YOUR 


EJ FRY DAY NEEDS 








ITS 






DUCKETT'S 


ARMY 


STORE 




MILITARY SUPPLIES 








90 Alabama St., S. If. 






ATLANTA 








GEORGIA 



Jimmie Reeves 
Furniture Company 

"Jt'here Thrifty People Buy Their 
Furniture" 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



FOR THE UNUSUAL IN FLOWERS 


Gainesville Florist 


"Home of Fine Flowers" 


Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere 


111 S. Svcamore St. Phone 214 


Gainesville Georgia 




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TWIN SERVICE 


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friendly route man calls for both 


DRY 


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Where 




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GAINESVILLE 


GEORGIA 





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NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 

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